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sătĭĕtas , ātis, f. satis,
I.a sufficiency, abundance (syn. saturitas).
II. In partic., subject., the state of being glutted or sated; a loathing, disgust, satiety (class. and very freq., esp. in the trop. sense and with Cicero; syn. fastidium).
2. Concr., the superfluity, refuse of the food eaten, i. e. excrements, Sol. 2, § 33 (cf. saturitas, II. C.).—
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