satiate

Scorn vs Satiate - What's the difference?

scorn | satiate |


In lang=en terms the difference between scorn and satiate

is that scorn is to refuse to do something, as beneath oneself while satiate is to satisfy to excess to fill to satiety.

As verbs the difference between scorn and satiate

is that scorn is to feel or display contempt or disdain for something or somebody; to despise while satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

As a noun scorn

is (uncountable) contempt or disdain.

As an adjective satiate is

filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Satiate vs Paul - What's the difference?

satiate | paul |


As a verb satiate

is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

As an adjective satiate

is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

As a noun paul is

an old italian silver coin; a paolo or paul can be .

Pall vs Satiate - What's the difference?

pall | satiate |


As a proper noun pall

is , cognate to paul.

As a verb satiate is

to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

As an adjective satiate is

filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Voracious vs Satiate - What's the difference?

voracious | satiate |


As adjectives the difference between voracious and satiate

is that voracious is wanting or devouring great quantities of food while satiate is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

As a verb satiate is

to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

Gratify vs Satiate - What's the difference?

gratify | satiate |


As verbs the difference between gratify and satiate

is that gratify is to please while satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

As an adjective satiate is

filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Replete vs Satiate - What's the difference?

replete | satiate |


As adjectives the difference between replete and satiate

is that replete is abounding while satiate is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

As verbs the difference between replete and satiate

is that replete is to restore something that has been depleted while satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

As a noun replete

is a honeypot ant.

Satiate vs Suffice - What's the difference?

satiate | suffice | Synonyms |

Satiate is a synonym of suffice.


In lang=en terms the difference between satiate and suffice

is that satiate is to satisfy to excess to fill to satiety while suffice is to satisfy; to content; to be equal to the wants or demands of.

As verbs the difference between satiate and suffice

is that satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy while suffice is to be enough or sufficient; to meet the need (of anything); to be equal to the end proposed; to be adequate.

As an adjective satiate

is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Satiate vs Prevaricate - What's the difference?

satiate | prevaricate |


In lang=en terms the difference between satiate and prevaricate

is that satiate is to satisfy to excess to fill to satiety while prevaricate is to shift or turn from direct speech or behaviour; to evade the truth; to waffle or be (intentionally) ambiguous.

As verbs the difference between satiate and prevaricate

is that satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy while prevaricate is (transitive|intransitive|obsolete) to deviate, transgress; to go astray (from).

As an adjective satiate

is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Satiate vs Compensate - What's the difference?

satiate | compensate | Related terms |

Satiate is a related term of compensate.


As verbs the difference between satiate and compensate

is that satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy while compensate is to pay or reward someone in exchange for work done or some other consideration.

As an adjective satiate

is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

Satiate vs Overfill - What's the difference?

satiate | overfill | Synonyms |

Satiate is a synonym of overfill.


As verbs the difference between satiate and overfill

is that satiate is to fill to satisfaction; to satisfy while overfill is to fill beyond capacity or beyond what is appropriate.

As an adjective satiate

is filled to satisfaction or to excess.

As a noun overfill is

an instance of overfilling.

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