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Meanings of Satisfy:

verb

Meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone).

Usage examples:

I have never been satisfied with my job

Satisfying

ˈsæt.ɪs.faɪ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Satisfying:

adjective

Giving fulfilment or the pleasure associated with this.

Usage examples:

These are very satisfying books
verb

Meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone).

Usage examples:

I have never been satisfied with my job

Satisfyingly

ˈsæt.ɪs.faɪ.ɪŋ.li

Meanings of Satisfyingly:

adverb

In a way that gives fulfilment or the pleasure associated with this.

Usage examples:

She neatly and satisfyingly ties up the loose ends in the story

Meanings of Satispassion:

noun

Suffering adequate to atone for sin; an instance of this.

Sativa

səˈtiːvə

Meanings of Sativa:

noun

A subspecies of the cannabis plant, cannabis sativa sativa, having a long stem and narrow leaves and grown for hemp fibre as well as for use in drugs.

Usage examples:

Sativa plants grow best in warmer environments

Satrap

ˈsæt.ræp

Meanings of Satrap:

noun

A provincial governor in the ancient persian empire.

Usage examples:

From the end of the 370s persia also faced a series of satrap revolts; these revolts particularly i…

Meanings of Satrapal:

adjective

Of or relating to a satrap or satraps.

Meanings of Satrapate:

noun

A province or other administrative division governed by a satrap; (chiefly in extended use) a semi-autonomous region which is within or subordinate to another state; the government of such a region. formerly also (and in earliest use): †the ruler of such a division or region, a satrap (obsolete).

Meanings of Satrapic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of a satrap or satraps.

Meanings of Satrapical:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of a satrap or satraps; specifically tyrannical.

Meanings of Satrapies:

noun

A province governed by a satrap.

Usage examples:

The capital was ajmer and delhi was a provincial satrapy.

Satraps

ˈsæt.ræp

Meanings of Satraps:

noun

A provincial governor in the ancient persian empire.

Usage examples:

From the end of the 370s persia also faced a series of satrap revolts; these revolts particularly i…

Satrapy

ˈsatrəpi

Meanings of Satrapy:

noun

A province governed by a satrap.

Usage examples:

The capital was ajmer and delhi was a provincial satrapy.

Meanings of Satsuma:

noun

A tangerine of a hardy loose-skinned variety, originally grown in japan.

Usage examples:

They are still grown around the mediterranean, but have been partly ousted in commerce by the satsu…
proper noun

A former province of south-western japan. it comprised the major part of the south-western peninsula of kyushu island, also known as the satsuma peninsula.

Meanings of Sattvic:

adjective

In the sankhya philosophy: characterized by a predominance of sattva over the other two gunas; of or relating to sattva. compare "guna", "sattva".

Meanings of Saturability:

noun

The property or condition of being saturable; the degree to which something is saturable.

Saturable

ˈsætʃ.ər.ə.bəl

Meanings of Saturable:

adjective

Capable of being saturated.

Usage examples:

Saturable absorption processes

Meanings of Saturate:

verb

Cause (something) to become thoroughly soaked with water or other liquid so that no more can be absorbed.

Usage examples:

The soil is saturated
noun

A saturated fat.

Usage examples:

As far as the heart is concerned saturates are considered the main enemy
adjective

Saturated with moisture.

Meanings of Saturated:

adjective

Holding as much water or moisture as can be absorbed; thoroughly soaked.

Usage examples:

A mass of saturated air decreases in temperature as it rises in the atmosphere
verb

Cause (something) to become thoroughly soaked with water or other liquid so that no more can be absorbed.

Usage examples:

The soil is saturated

Meanings of Saturates:

verb

Cause (something) to become thoroughly soaked with water or other liquid so that no more can be absorbed.

Usage examples:

The soil is saturated
noun

A saturated fat.

Usage examples:

As far as the heart is concerned saturates are considered the main enemy
adjective

Saturated with moisture.

Saturating

ˈsætʃ.ər.eɪt

Meanings of Saturating:

verb

Cause (something) to become thoroughly soaked with water or other liquid so that no more can be absorbed.

Usage examples:

The soil is saturated
noun

A saturated fat.

Usage examples:

As far as the heart is concerned saturates are considered the main enemy
adjective

Saturated with moisture.

Saturation

ˌsætʃ.əˈreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Saturation:

noun

The state of being saturated or the action of saturating.

Usage examples:

The springs on the left slope of the hill lie below the level of permanent saturation

Meanings of Saturations:

noun

The state of being saturated or the action of saturating.

Usage examples:

The springs on the left slope of the hill lie below the level of permanent saturation

Meanings of Saturator:

noun

Any of various devices used to saturate one substance or body with another substance; especially (in early use): (a) a device used for saturating air with water vapour; a humidifier (now rare); (b) a device for saturating oxygen with ether for use in an ether-oxygen limelight (now historical).

Meanings of Saturday:

noun

The day of the week before sunday and following friday, and (together with sunday) forming part of the weekend.

Usage examples:

The match will be held on saturday
adverb

On saturday.

Usage examples:

He made his first appearance saturday

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