surfeit (v.) 1
feed to excess, overindulge, glut
2H4 I.iii.88 [Archbishop to all] The commonwealth is sick of their own choice; / Their over-greedy love hath surfeited
2H6 I.i.249 [York alone, of Henry] surfeiting in joys of love / With his new bride
2H6 III.ii.348 [Queen to Suffolk] As one that surfeits thinking on a want
AW III.i.18 [First Lord to Duke] the younger of our nature / That surfeit on their ease
Cor I.i.15 [First Citizen to all] What authority surfeits on would relieve us
Cor I.iii.25 [Volumnia to Virgilia, of her hypothetical children] I had rather had eleven die nobly for their country than one voluptuously surfeit out of action
MM V.i.102 [Isabella to Duke, of Angelo] His purpose surfeiting
MV I.ii.5 [Nerissa to Portia] they are as sick that surfeit with too much as they that starve with nothing
Oth II.i.50 [Cassio to Montano] my hopes, not surfeited to death, / Stand in bold cure
Tit V.ii.192 [Titus to Chiron and Demetrius, of Tamora eating them] this [is] the banquet she shall surfeit on
TN I.i.2 [Orsino to all, of his longing for music] surfeiting, / The appetite may sicken, and so die
Ven 544 [of Adonis' lips] Whose precious taste her thirsty lips well knew, / Whereon they surfeit, yet complain on drouth
Ven 602 [] poor birds, deceived with painted grapes, / Do surfeit by the eye and pine the maw

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