Reverse Dictionary: SAT – SATZ


SATAN, SATANIC – ADJECTIVES
LUCIFERINE pert. to Lucifer; Satanic, devilish; haughty, proud …1543 obs.
LUCIFEROUS pert. to Lucifer; Satanic, devilish; haughty, proud …c1554 obs.
SATANICAL resembling Satan, devilish …a1548 obs.

SATAN etc. – NOUNS
HIS SATANIC MAJESTY the Devil, Satan …19C
LEVIATHAN the Devil, Satan …c1400 obs.
OLD ONE, THE the devil; Satan …c1000
OLD POKER 1784 rare – the Devil, Satan
SATANOPHANY the appearing or visible manifestation of Satan …1864
SATANOPHOBIA morbid fear of Satan …1860
SHREW the devil; Satan …14C
WAGGIE the devil, Satan …1921 Sc.
WARLOCK the Devil; Satan …a1000 obs.


SATCHEL – NOUNS
– a small satchel or bag worn by a woman INDISPENSIBLE E19 sl. 


SATE, SATED – ADJECTIVES
– sated by continual use or indulgence JADED 1631
– sated, cloyed QUOT c1741 Eng. dial.
– sated, cloyed QUOTTED 1674-91 Eng. dial.
– sated, weary of FULL ME now Aust. & NZ sl.

SATE etc. – VERBS
– to become sated or collapse from overeating BLIMP OUT 1990s US sl.
– to sate, to cloy; to fill too much OBSATURATE 1623 obs. rare


SATELLITE – ADJECTIVES
– belonging to satellites SATELLITARY 1867 rare
– consisting of or having the character of satellites SATELLITIOUS 1715


SATIATE, SATIATED – ADJECTIVES
PALLED deadened to pleasant tastes or impressions; satiated, cloyed, disgusted …1691
QUAT full to satiety; cloyed, glutted; heavy and dull; so fat as not to care to stand …1873 Eng. dial.
SATIABLE that can be satiated or satisfied …1570
SATIATE satiated …c1440 obs.
SATURATE satisfied, satiated …a1550 obs.
TANKED satiated, filled up with …1960s sl. 

SATIATE etc. – NOUNS
SATIABILITY capability of being satiated, capability of satisfaction …1528 rare
SATURATION complete satisfaction of appetite; satiation …1554 obs.

SATIATE etc. – VERBS
ACCLOY to fill to satiety …c1374
CLOG to satiate, surfeit, cloy …L16 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
PALL to satiate, to surfeit …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
QUOT to satiate, to glut …1691 Eng. dial. obs.
SADE to become satiated or weary …c888 obs.
SADE to glut, to satiate; to make weary of …c1000 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
SATURATE to satisfy, to satiate …1538 obs.


SATIN – NOUNS, PERSON
– a wearer of satin; a dandy SATINIST 1632 obs. rare


SATIRE, SATIRICAL, SATIRIST, SATIRIZE – ADJECTIVES
QUIZZACIOUS given to mocking, bantering, satirical …c1830
SATEERICAL satirical …1826 Sc.
SATERICAL satirical …1826 Sc.
SATIRIAL satirical …1579 obs. rare
SATIRIC addicted to satire, satirical …1627 obs.
SATIRIEN satirical …1509 obs. rare
SCOPTIC mocking, scoffing, jesting, satirical …1670 obs. rare
TAIRDIE;  TARDIE peevish, ill-humoured, sulky; satirical …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

SATIRE etc. – NOUNS
SATERICALS satire …1826 Sc. obs.
SATIRETTE a small satire …1870 nonce word
SATIRICS satiric writings …1600 rare
SATIRISM indulgence in satire; satirical temper or utterance …1593 obs. rare
SCORN jest, ridicule; banter; satire …1790 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.

SATIRE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
GIRDER one who sneers or cavils; a jester or satirist …1584 obs. rare
RIGGITE 1771 US – a satirist
RIGGITE a1790 obs. rare – a person who mocks or makes fun of others in a satirical manner
SARCASTER a satirist …Bk1933 journalism usage
SATIRE a satirical person, a satirist …1596 obs.
SATIRIC a writer of satires; a satirist …1387 obs. rare
SATIRIST a writer of satires; one who satirizes some person or thing …1589
SATIRIZER one who uses satire …1867
SATYRIST a satirist …1589
SILLOGRAPH a writer of satires or lampoons …1845 rare
SILLOGRAPHER a writer of satires or lampoons …1656
SILLOGRAPHIST a writer of satires or lampoons …1775
TAKE OFF a mimic, one apt at hitting off personal peculiarities or laughable incidents, practical ‘quiz’; a satirist; a punster …Bk1873 Eng. & Amer. dial.

SATIRE etc. – VERBS
JERK to lash with satire or ridicule …1602 obs.
JERK to aim satire; to sneer, to carp …a1643 obs.
LASH to castigate in words; to rebuke, to satirize, to vituperate …1590
SATIRIZE to write satires; to assail someone or something with satire …1601
SATIRIZE to describe or ridicule in a satirical manner …1630
TAKE THE PISS OUT OF to make fun of; to mock, to deride, to satirize …1945 sl.


SATISFACTION – ADJECTIVES
SATISFACTORIOUS making satisfaction, atoning …1561 obs. rare

SATISFACTION – INTERJECTIONS/PHRASES
ACE! an exclamation of satisfaction …1980s sl.
ALL ROOTIE used as an expression of agreement or satisfaction …1957 US
ALRIGHTY! used to express agreement or satisfaction …1997 Aust. sl.
COWABUNGA! an exclamation of exhilaration, delight, or satisfaction, esp. in surfing as the surfer climbs or rides a wave …1954 sl., orig. & chiefly US
GOOD EGG! expressing pleasure, satisfaction, or enthusiastic approval …1903 Brit. sl.
GOODY! a general exclamation of approval, pleasure, or satisfaction …20C orig. Aust.
GOODY-GOODY! a general exclamation of approval, pleasure, or satisfaction …20C orig. Aust.
SWELL! exclamation of approval or satisfaction …1897
TOO MUCH! an exclamation of pleasure, satisfaction, excitement …1930s sl.
TO RIGHTS completely to one’s satisfaction …Bk1903 sl.
YOU AIN’T WOOFING! expresses satisfaction and agreement …1943 Amer. college sl.

SATISFACTION – NOUNS
ACQUIESCEMENT acquiescence; resting satisfied; rest, quiet satisfaction; peaceful agreement or submission …1721 obs.
ACQUIESCENCE untroubled contentment; quiet satisfaction …1612 rare
ACQUIESCENCY acquiescence; untroubled contentment; quiet satisfaction …1646 rare
EDBOTE restitution, amends, satisfaction …c1315 obs. rare
GROOVE a something that you find satisfying or fun …1960s Amer. sl.
JUICE pleasure, satisfaction …1999 UK sl.
MENDS amends, reparation, recompense, satisfaction, revenge; atonement …1641 Sc. & Eng. dial.
QUATS vengeance, satisfaction, requital, quits …1879 Sc.
QUEME pleasure, satisfaction …c1175 obs.
QUEMENESS pleasure, satisfaction …c900 obs. rare
SATIABILITY capability of being satiated, capability of satisfaction …1528 rare
SATURATION complete satisfaction of appetite; satiation …1554 obs.
SATURITY repletion, satisfaction …1533 obs.
SUFFICIENCE that which suffices for one’s needs; satisfaction of one’s needs; sustenance …c1450 obs.
SUFFISANCE satisfaction, contentment …c1374 obs.

SATISFACTION – VERBS
CAP to give satisfaction …E19 US criminals’ sl.
GET ONE’S ROCKS OFF to enjoy oneself; to have fun; to obtain satisfaction …1948 sl., orig. US
KVELL to feel or show great happiness, pride, or satisfaction; to exult, to rejoice …1940 colloq., esp. Jewish usage
SHEP NACHES 1968 Yiddish usage – to gain pride, pleasure, or satisfaction


SATISFACTORILY, SATISFACTORY – ADJECTIVES
– ACE satisfactory, O.K. …1957 US sl.
– ACES first-rate; quite satisfactory; fine; tops …1901 US. sl.
– ACES AND EIGHTS first-rate, quite satisfactory; fine, tops …1920 US sl.
– ACEY-DEUCEY satisfactory; mediocre; so-so …Amer. sl.
– AIGHT all right, satisfactory, good, fine; well, in good health or order …1993 US colloq.
– AKEY-OKEY satisfactory …1960 US sl.
– ALL GAS AND GAITERS satisfactory, as desired …M19 sl.
 ALL HUNK satisfactory, fine … M19 sl.
 ALL JAKE OK, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– ALL RIGHT a term of measured praise, acceptable, passing muster; satisfactory …L19 colloq.
– ALL SERENE quite satisfactory …1857 Eng. dial.
– ALL SERENO all in order, satisfactory …M19 sl.
– ALL SIR GARNET satisfactory …1894 Brit. sl.
– A-OK satisfactory; completely acceptable …1959 sl., chiefly US, orig. astronauts’ sl.
– APPLES satisfactory …1943 Aust. & NZ sl.
 APPLES AND SPICE satisfactory …1940s Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘nice’
– BOOGIN’ ON THE DOWNBEAT very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– CANNY agreeable to the eyes or perception, tidy, seemly, comely; good, worthy; very satisfactory …1802 Sc.
– COOKING ON BOTH BURNERS very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– COOKING ON THE FRONT BURNER very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– COOKING WITH GAS very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– COOKING WITH HELIUM very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– COPA excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– COPACETIC;  COPASETIC fine; completely satisfactory; OK …1915 Amer. sl.
– COPASETTY excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– COPESETTE excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– COPISSETTIC satisfactory; good, very good …1933 sl.
– COPUS excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– DINKY neat, dainty, fine, satisfactory …L18 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– EASY advantageous, affording convenience, satisfactory …c1485 obs.
– FEASIBLE pretty fair, satisfactory …1925 Sc.
– GROOVY very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– HOTSY-TOTSY satisfactory …1926 sl., orig. US
– HUNKY DORY satisfactory, fine …1861 US
– IN THE GROOVE very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– IN THERE very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– JAKE satisfactory …1914 sl., orig. US
– JAKEALOO satisfactory …1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
– JAKELOO satisfactory …1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
– JAKERLOO satisfactory …1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
– JAM excellent, first-rate, good, satisfactory …1832 Amer. dial.
– JAM UP excellent, first-rate, good, satisfactory …1847 Amer. dial.
– KAYO excellent; first-rate; satisfactory …1923 sl.
– KOPASETIC excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– KOPASETTE excellent, first-rate, satisfactory …1910s US sl.
– KOSHER fair, square, proper, satisfactory …1896 Yiddish
– MELLOW very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– NOT SO DUSTY satisfactory …1856 Brit. sl.
– OAK good, satisfactory
– O.K. adj. in order; quite satisfactory or acceptable; very good; splendid …1839 colloq.
– OKA good, satisfactory
– OKAY adj. in order; quite satisfactory or acceptable; very good; splendid …1839 colloq.
– OK COAKLEY fine, good, satisfactory …1920s US sl.
– OKE satisfactory …1929 sl., orig. US
– OKEY good, fine, satisfactory, acceptable …M19 sl.
– OKEY-DOKE;  OKIE-DOKE satisfactory, correct, good, fine, acceptable …1932 sl., orig. US
– OKEY-DOKEY;  OKEY-DOKIE;  OKIE-DOKIE satisfactory, correct, good …1942 Amer. sl.
– OK KOAKLEY fine, good, satisfactory …1920s US sl.
– ON THE BEAM very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– PATSY excellent; first-rate; satisfactory …1930 US sl.
– RIGHT RAIN adj. satisfactory …1894
– SAFE satisfactory, pleasant …1950s sl.
– SATISFACTIONAL satisfactory …1845 Amer. dial.
– SATISFACTIONARY satisfactory …1916 Amer. dial.
– SATISFACTIONATE satisfactory …1972 Amer. dial.
– SATISFACTUAL satisfactory …1883 Amer. dial.
– SATISFIABLE satisfactory …1609 obs.
– SINGING IN G very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– SIR GARNET satisfactory …1894 Brit. sl.
– SKOOKUM strong, big, powerful; good, fine, satisfactory …1894 Amer. dial.
– SOLID very satisfactory; ‘doing OK” …Bk1942 US sl.
– SUFFICIENT satisfactory …1375 obs. rare
– SUFFISANT satisfactory in quality or efficacy; effective …1340 obs.
– SWEET satisfactory …1898 Aust. sl.
– TICKETTY-BOO satisfactory …1939 Brit. sl.
– TICKETY-BOO satisfactory …1939 Brit. sl.
– TIDY good, excellent, satisfactory, useful; of good character or ability; worthy, brave; able, skilful …c1350 obs.
– TIGGITY-BOO satisfactory …1939 Brit. sl.
– UPTIGHT satisfactory, good, excellent …1962 sl. 
– UP TO PAR satisfactory …1899 sl.
– UP TO SNUFF up to standard; hence, satisfactory; excellent, perfect …1931 sl.
– USEFUL satisfactory …1955 sl.
 
SATISFACTORILY etc. – ADVERBS
 ALLERICKSTIX all right, fine; satisfactorily …1890 Amer. dial.
– ALL RICKY satisfactorily, easily …1940s US sl.
– BRAVELY very well, satisfactorily, prosperously …Bk1911 Sc.
– DANDY well; satisfactorily …1908
– GAILY in good health and spirits; very well; satisfactorily, prosperously …1778 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– OK well, satisfactorily, all right …M19 sl.
– OKAY well, satisfactorily, all right …M19 sl.
– SATISFACTORIOUSLY satisfactorily …1661 obs.
 
SATISFACTORILY etc. – NOUNS
– BIT OF ALL RIGHT, A something satisfactory …1898
– DICK-NAILER something or someone superior or extraordinary; anything satisfactory; something impressively big …1892 Amer. dial.
– FAIR TREAT something or someone highly enjoyable or satisfactory; also used ironically to describe something or someone quite the opposite …L19 sl.
– LITTLE BIT OF ALL RIGHT, A something satisfactory …1898
 
SATISFACTORILY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– FAIR TREAT something or someone highly enjoyable or satisfactory; also used ironically to describe something or someone quite the opposite …L19 sl.
 
SATISFACTORILY etc. – PHRASES
– ALL IS GAS AND GAITERS all is satisfactory …1839 sl.
– MORE LIKE IT satisfactory …1888 sl.
– NONE SO DUSTY satisfactory …1856 Brit. sl.
– ODDS IS THE DIFFERENCE either is equally satisfactory or unsatisfactory …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– ROBERT’S YOUR FATHER’S BROTHER everything’s all right, satisfactory …1994 UK sl.
– ROBERT’S YOUR MOTHER’S BROTHER everything’s all right, satisfactory …1999 UK sl.
 SHE’LL BE APPLES it will be satisfactory …1940s Aust. & NZ sl.
– SHE’S APPLES everything is satisfactory …1943 Aust. & NZ sl.
– SHE’S JAKE everything is satisfactory …20C Aust. & NZ sl.
– SHE’S SWEET everything is satisfactory …1898 Aust. sl.
 
SATISFACTORILY etc. – VERBS
– BUY to accept as satisfactory or true; to approve or believe …1926 sl.
– COME UP TO CHALK to fulfil expectations; to be satisfactory …1836 US sl.
– COME UP TO THE CHALK to fulfil expectations; to be satisfactory …1836 US sl.
– HIT THE SPOT to be absolutely satisfactory, to suit the circumstances …20C sl.


SATISFIED, SATISFIER, SATISFY, SATISFYING – ADJECTIVES
– ALL SMILES very happy; completely satisfied …1843
 AWAY emotionally satisfied, usually when intoxicated with drugs or drink …1960s sl.
– BAD marvellous, wonderful; deeply satisfying; stunningly attractive or stylish; sexy …1897 US sl., esp. Black usage
– BENEPLACIT pleased, satisfied …1678 obs. rare
– FILLING AT THE PRICE satisfying …c1840 colloq.
– FILLUPPEY satisfying …c1840 sl.
– FILLUPY satisfying …c1840 sl.
– HAPPY AS A PIG IN A PUDDLE extremely happy; content, obviously satisfied and carefree …1880 colloq.
– HAPPY AS A PIG IN MUCK extremely happy; content, obviously satisfied and carefree …1828 colloq.
– HAPPY AS A PIG IN SHIT extremely happy; content, obviously satisfied and carefree …1953 colloq.
– JACKED happy, satisfied, excited …1980s US students’ sl.
– PAID pleased, satisfied, content …c1230 obs.
– QUAFFED satisfied; full …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUAFFING luscious, satisfying; producing flatulence …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– SATIABLE that can be satiated or satisfied …1570
– SATISFIABLE capable of being satisfied, able to be satisfied …1638 rare
– SATURATE satisfied, satiated …a1550 obs.
– SATURATED completely satisfied, filled to repletion …1668 obs.
– SUFFICEABLE capable of being satisfied …1864 nonce word
– SUFFICED satisfied, content …1590 obs.
TOUGH Bk1970 US sl. – satisfying; good
– UNTAIN satisfied, content …1882 Eng. dial. 
– WICKED really good, fantastic, excellent, first-rate, wonderful; great; deeply satisfying …1920 sl., orig. US
 
SATISFIED etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BERRIES, THE a remarkable, attractive, or satisfying person …1925 Amer. sl. arch. 
– SUFFICER a satisfier …1900 rare
 
SATISFIED etc. – PHRASES
– I’M EASY I don’t mind, I’m satisfied whatever the outcome …1940s sl., orig. Aust. 
IT SLIDES Bk1970 US sl. – it is excellent, pleasing, or extremely satisfying
– WHATEVER BAKES ONE’S BISCUIT whatever makes one happy or satisfied …2000s US sl.
 
SATISFIED etc. – VERBS
– ACQUIESCE to bring to rest; to appease, to satisfy, or harmonize …1658-9 obs.
– AGGRATE to please, to gratify, to inspire with satisfaction …1591 obs.
– BE WELL PAID to be pleased or satisfied …1825 Sc.  
– CALL IT A DAY to stop, to go no further; to express satisfaction with progress or acceptance that one cannot improve a situation …M19 sl.
– CALL IT A GO to stop, to go no further; to express satisfaction with progress or acceptance that one cannot improve a situation …M19 sl.
– CALL IT A NIGHT to stop, to go no further; to express satisfaction with progress or acceptance that one cannot improve a situation …M19 sl.
– COME TO TAW to meet expectations or requirements; to come up to scratch …1838 Amer. dial.
– COME UP TO TAW to meet expectations or requirements; to come up to scratch …1846 Amer. dial.
– DIEN to suit, to satisfy, to answer …Bk1900 Sc.
– HIT THE SPOT to satisfy a want or need …colloq.
– PACIFY to satisfy, to suffice …1896 Ireland
– PLACENTIATE to please, to satisfy …1694 obs. nonce word
– QUEME to satisfy, to appease, to mitigate …c1250 rare
– REST ON ONE’S LAURELS to be so satisfied with what one has already done or achieved that one makes no further effort …1874
– SAIR to suffice, to satisfy; …1787 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SAITISFEE to satisfy …1747 Sc.
– SARROW to satisfy; to suffice …1842 Eng. dial.
– SATIFY to satisfy …c1475 chiefly Sc.
– SATISFICE to satisfy, to suffice …1561 obs. exc. N. Eng. dial.
– SATURATE to satisfy, to satiate …1538 obs.
– SAULE to satisfy, to fill with food …c1430 obs.
– SUFFICE to satisfy oneself …1484 obs.
– SUFFICE to satisfy, to meet the ‘calls’ of a desire, need, sense, emotion, etc. …1533 obs.


SATURATE, SATURATED, SATURATING – ADJECTIVES
DRUNK of a thing: drenched; saturated with as much moisture as it can take in or receive …1382 obs.
DRUNKEN soaked or saturated with moisture …c1420
SAPPY saturated with moisture, moist, sodden; wet, rainy …1875 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SATTERED saturated, thoroughly soaked …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
THICK-WET of clothes: saturated with water …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

SATURATE etc. – NOUNS
SAB a soaking, saturating, esp. of a heavy downpour of rain, a thunder shower …1768 Sc.

SATURATE etc. – VERBS
DRUNKEN to drench, to saturate or soak with liquid …a1300 obs.
SAB to soak, to seep, to saturate …1866 Sc.
SAP to saturate; to drench; to moisten …1839 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SAPPLE to soak, to saturate with water, rain, etc.; to steep clothes in soapy water …1836 Sc.
SATE to saturate …1673 obs.
SATIATE to saturate …1674 obs.
SOG to saturate or become saturated …Eng. dial.


SATURDAY – NOUNS
BEAN DAY Saturday …1926 Amer. dial.
NIGGER DAY Saturday …1931 Amer. dial., derogatory
NIGGER NIGHT Saturday night …1928 Amer. dial., derogatory
NIGGERS’ NIGHT Saturday night …1928 Amer. dial., derogatory
SATDEE Saturday …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
SATURNE’EN Saturday evening …1882 Sc. obs.
SAT-Y Saturday …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
SEVENTH DAY Saturday …1873 Amer. dial. 
SUNNIGHT the night before Sunday, Saturday night …c1000 obs. rare
SUN’S NIGHT Saturday night …a1300 obs.
TIGHT-SHOE DAY Saturday; market day …1950 Amer. dial.