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Word of the Day for February 17
satiety (noun)

The state of being gratified; the state of having had one's desire or appetite satisfied. Can be used to mean overly full; excessively gratified; glutted.

The emperor gorged himself on mutton, wine and grapes, achieving such satiety that he fell fast asleep in a corner of the great hall.

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