satiate, sate, replete, fill
Meaning: fill to satisfaction; "I am sated"
And Margaret sate abashed.
I've sate up all night waiting for him.
And alone he sate listening to them--throughout the live-long night.
In our play hours she sate, or stood still, with a book, if possible.
By his side sate Augusta, and on the same seat with me were your Mother and Lady Dorothea.
He sate nervously in his chair; and once or twice might have been seen to start, as a servant entered the room.
She sate by the window on the little settle, sadly gazing out upon the gathering shades of night, which harmonised well with her pensive thought.
No longer looking listlessly around, he sate stooping forward, his eye carefully scanning the sward, over a wide space on both sides of the path he was pursuing.
He did not alight, nor show any sign of an intention to do so; but sate in the saddle, stooped forward, his eyes turned upon the ground, in that vacant gaze which denotes reflection.
As soon as they landed, the lad ordered all the sailors to go and bury themselves up to the eyes in a sandhill, so that they could barely see the ships. The lad and the captains climbed a high crag and sate down under a fir.