Etymology
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atonality (n.)
1919, in reference to Erik Satie; see atonal + -ity.
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satiety (n.)

"state of being glutted, feeling of disgust caused by eating too much," 1530s, from French satiété, from Latin satietatem (nominative satietas) "abundance, sufficiency, fullness," from satis "enough" (from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy"). The English word is seldom used in a good sense.

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