Definition of "satiety" [sa•ti•e•ty]

  • The condition of being full or gratified beyond the point of satisfaction; surfeit. (noun)

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Use "satiety" in a sentence
  • "Toxins slow down the time it takes for you to feel full this is called the satiety response time."
  • "By including protein, you add what is called satiety value to each meal and snack."
  • "Then he also resolved on taking his degrees in vice; but, unlike others, he did so _with disgust_, and he called satiety, not the _quantity_, but the _quality_ of the aliment."