Pronunciation of Sate
/s_ˈeɪ_t/, /sˈe͡ɪt/, /sˈeɪt/
Antonyms for sate:
Usage examples for sate:
- They said she held the stones of the cherries which Madame ate in her carriage, in her beautiful little hands, and that she sate in the front of the carriage, while Madame occupied the whole seat in the inside. - "The Memoirs of Louis XV. and XVI., Volume 2 Being Secret Memoirs of Madame du Hausset, Lady's Maid to Madame de Pompadour, and of an Unknown English Girl and The Princess Lamballe", Madame du Hausset, and of an Unknown English Girl and the Princess Lamballe.
- They sate down to the splendid board in secret uneasiness and alarm, as they saw that, with the exception of Stephen Colonna, none, save the conspirators, had been invited to the banquet. - "Rienzi", Edward Bulwer Lytton.
- However, he sate by him, and glanced at the Caesar which the boy shoved about a quarter of an inch in his direction. - "Eric, or Little by Little", Frederic W. Farrar.
Rhymes for sate:
- freight, gait, kate, tate, cate, speight, date, wait, rate, weight, late, ate, strait, fate, prate, great, gate, grate, chait, spate, plait, pait, bate, wayt, trait, hate, straight, hait, rait, aydt, nate, eight, pate, streight, skate, fait, state, plate, taitt, mate, fete, bait, tait, crate, slate, waite;
- deflate, dilate, debate, relate, kuwait, prorate, inflate, dictate, oblate, estate, create, abate, equate, await, reflate, est, sedate, conflate, predate, lightweight, upstate, restate, elate, tri-state, innate, irate, gestate, misstate, berate, negate, translate, update, belate, collate, postdate, ornate;
- conjugate, intrastate, desecrate, silverplate, overrate, procreate, interstate, overweight, solid-state, reinstate, underrate;
- remunerate, recriminate, demodulate, interrelate;