sade

verb \ ˈsād \

Definition of sade

-ed/-ing/-s
dialectal, England

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Origin and Etymology of sade

Middle English saden, sadden to weary, become weary or satiated, from Old English sadian to satiate, become weary or satiated; akin to Old High German satōn to become satiated; denominative from the root of English 1sad


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