Definitions and Examples of full, satiated, satisfied
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having eaten enough food to feel satisfied; not wanting to eat more.
After eating a large meal, I felt full and didn't have any room for dessert.
Feeling completely satisfied and full after eating or drinking.
After drinking a glass of water, I felt satiated and didn't need to eat anything else.
Feeling content or pleased with something that has been done or received.
After finishing the project, I felt satisfied with the results.
Key Differences: full vs satiated vs satisfied
- 1Full describes a physical state of having eaten enough food to feel satisfied.
- 2Satiated is similar to full but can also describe a feeling of satisfaction after drinking or consuming something.
- 3Satisfied is a more general term that describes a feeling of contentment or pleasure with something that has been done or received.
Effective Usage of full, satiated, satisfied
- 1Enhance Communication: Use these antonyms to describe your hunger level effectively.
- 2Show Politeness: Use satisfied to express gratitude or appreciation.
- 3Enrich Vocabulary: Incorporate these antonyms in writing or speaking to expand your vocabulary.
The antonyms of hungry are full, satiated, and satisfied. Use full to describe a physical state of being satisfied with food, satiated to describe a feeling of satisfaction after consuming something, and satisfied to describe a general feeling of contentment. Use these words to enhance communication, show politeness, and enrich your vocabulary.