At the end of a big Thanksgiving meal, there's no doubt you'll feel satiated or have your appetite fully satisfied. In fact, that last slice of pumpkin pie might even push you into the realm of stuffed.

The word satiated comes from the Latin satiare, meaning "fill, full, satisfy," which is precisely how a person who is satiated feels — full and satisfied from a good meal. There's nothing better than a hearty home-cooked meal to leave you satiated with a full belly. Other things, besides food, might leave you satiated as well — like a good movie or finishing a challenging task.

Definitions of satiated

adj supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction

dulled by surfeit
satiable, satisfiable
capable of being sated
insatiable, insatiate, unsatiable
impossible to satisfy
quenchless, unquenchable
impossible to quench
unsated, unsatiated, unsatisfied
not having been satisfied
not capable of being satisfied
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