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The answer SATES has 248 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of sates in various dictionaries:
verb - fill to satisfaction
verb - to satisfy to or beyond capacity
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Fills to the gills|
|More than satisfies|
|Eats more than one's fill|
|Is enough for|
|Sates might refer to|
Satis (Ancient Egyptian: St or St, lit. "Pourer" or "Shooter"), also known by numerous related names, was an Upper Egyptian goddess who, along with Khnum and Anuket, formed part of the Elephantine Triad. A protective deity of Egypt's southern border with Nubia, she came to personify the former annual flooding of the Nile and to serve as a war, hunting, and fertility goddess.|
* She was sometimes conflated with Isis and Sopdet, goddess of the bright star Sirius, which the Egyptians connected with the onset of the Nile flooding. Under the interpretatio graeca, she was conflated with Hera and Juno.