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satiate
used in Interview with the Vampire

5 uses
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Definition
to satisfy a hunger; or fill to satisfaction (typically said of hunger for food, but can be said of anything desired—such as of knowledge or sensual pleasure)
  • Yet when he came home, fatigued and satiated, she was still not there.
    Part 1 (67% in)
  • When I returned later, satiated and for a while too sluggish for my own thoughts to bother me, I gradually began to sense that this was the night.
    Part 1 (81% in)
  • 'Tight, tight,' I whispered over the hot stream of. her blood, her heart thundering in my ears, her blood swelling my satiated veins.
    Part 3 (57% in)
  • 'Tight, tight,' I whispered over the hot stream of her blood, her heart thundering in my ears, her blood swelling my satiated veins.
    Part 3 (60% in)
  • I did not believe her, so certain I was-even though night after night I had to lead her away from men and women she could no longer drain dry, so satiated was she with the blood of earlier kills, often lifting her victims off their feet in her passion, crushing their throats with her ivory fingers as surely as she drank their blood-so certain I was that sooner or later this mad intensity must abate, and she would take hold of the trappings of this nightmare, her own luminescent flesh,...
    Part 3 (63% in)

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