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  • 1 Sating — Sate Sate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sating}.] [Probably shortened fr. satiate: cf. L. satur full. See {Satiate}.] To satisfy the desire or appetite of; to satiate; to glut; to surfeit. [1913 Webster] Crowds of wanderers sated …

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  • 2 sating — seɪt v. satisfy an appetite or desire; fill completely, gorge, glut …

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  • 3 sating — giants …

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  • 4 sating — present part of sate …

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  • 5 giants — sating …

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  • 6 Certainties — Certainty Cer tain*ty, n.; pl. {Certainties}. [OF. certainet[ e].] 1. The quality, state, or condition, of being certain. [1913 Webster] The certainty of punishment is the truest security against crimes. Fisher Ames. [1913 Webster] 2. A fact or… …

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  • 7 Certainty — Cer tain*ty, n.; pl. {Certainties}. [OF. certainet[ e].] 1. The quality, state, or condition, of being certain. [1913 Webster] The certainty of punishment is the truest security against crimes. Fisher Ames. [1913 Webster] 2. A fact or truth… …

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  • 8 Of a certainty — Certainty Cer tain*ty, n.; pl. {Certainties}. [OF. certainet[ e].] 1. The quality, state, or condition, of being certain. [1913 Webster] The certainty of punishment is the truest security against crimes. Fisher Ames. [1913 Webster] 2. A fact or… …

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  • 9 Sate — Sate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sating}.] [Probably shortened fr. satiate: cf. L. satur full. See {Satiate}.] To satisfy the desire or appetite of; to satiate; to glut; to surfeit. [1913 Webster] Crowds of wanderers sated with …

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  • 10 Sated — Sate Sate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sating}.] [Probably shortened fr. satiate: cf. L. satur full. See {Satiate}.] To satisfy the desire or appetite of; to satiate; to glut; to surfeit. [1913 Webster] Crowds of wanderers sated …

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  • 11 compensate — verb ( sated; sating) Etymology: Latin compensatus, past participle of compensare, frequentative of compendere Date: 1646 transitive verb 1. to be equivalent to ; counterbalance 2. to make an …

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  • 12 extravasate — verb ( sated; sating) Etymology: Latin extra + vas vessel Date: 1668 transitive verb to force out or cause to escape from a proper vessel or channel intransitive verb to pass by infiltration or effusion from a proper vessel or channel (as a blood …

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  • 13 inspissate — transitive verb ( sated; sating) Etymology: Late Latin inspissatus, past participle of inspissare, from Latin in + spissus slow, dense; akin to Greek spidnos compact, Lithuanian spisti to form a swarm Date: 1626 to make thick or thicker •… …

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  • 14 tergiversate — intransitive verb ( sated; sating) Etymology: Latin tergiversatus, past participle of tergiversari to show reluctance, from tergum back + versare to turn, frequentative of vertere to turn more at worth Date: 1590 to engage in tergiversation •… …

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  • 15 decussate — I. verb ( sated; sating) Etymology: Latin decussatus, past participle of decussare to arrange crosswise, from decussis the number ten, numeral X, intersection, from decem + ass , as unit more at ace Date: 1658 intersect, cross II. adjective …

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  • 16 sate — I. archaic past of sit II. transitive verb (sated; sating) Etymology: probably by shortening & alteration from satiate Date: 1579 1. to cloy with overabundance ; glut 2. to appease (as a thirst) by indulging to the full Synonyms …

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  • 17 Munich — For other uses of Munich or München , see Munich (disambiguation). München Munich …

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  • 18 Beer in Sweden — has a history that can be traced to the Viking period. HistoryAle brewing has a long history in Sweden, predating written records. It is known, through old writings such as Hávamál and others, that the Viking culture used brewing to produce ale… …

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  • 19 Werewolf — For other uses, see Werewolf (disambiguation). Wolf man and Lycanthrope redirect here. For other uses, see Wolf man (disambiguation) and Lycanthrope (disambiguation) …

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  • 20 Edward Bernays — Infobox Celebrity name = Edward Louis Bernays caption = in the early 1920s birth date = birth date|1891|11|22 birth place = Vienna, Austria death date = death date|1995|3|9 (age 103) death place = Cambridge (MA), United States nationality =… …

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