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satiety

[suh-tahy-i-tee] /səˈtaɪ ɪ ti/
noun
1.
the state of being satiated; surfeit.
Origin of satiety
1525-1535
1525-35; < Latin satietās; replacing earlier sacietie < Middle French sacieté < Latin
Related forms
oversatiety, noun
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  • We humans are incredibly demanding because of our hunger and thirst-and the messy, odoriferous products of our satiety.
  • Once you start getting fat your hormones change and the body loses control of how to respond to food and satiety.
  • Make them healthy, nutrient-dense food that gives you satiety and also increases your metabolism.
  • Dietary fiber consumption may contribute to weight regulation by improving satiety.
  • Enhanced satiety may play a key role in this relationship.
British Dictionary definitions for satiety

satiety

/səˈtaɪɪtɪ/
noun
1.
the state of being satiated
Word Origin
C16: from Latin satietās, from satis enough
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Word Origin and History for satiety
n.

1530s, from Middle French satiété, from Latin satietatem (nominative satietas) "abundance, sufficiency, fullness," from satis "enough," from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy" (see sad).

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