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Adjective
Pleasing to the mind or senses
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“It can take a while to dial in a particular sound that you have in mind, but along the way, you're likely to discover satisfying tones you may not have considered before.”
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Causing or giving happiness or gratification
“After some time on the logging trail, he finally admitted that he hated his partnership with Dennis, and this was a satisfying break from that life.”
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Able to satisfy one's hunger (for food)
“The two of us went for a walk to seek a place for lunch and had a very satisfying meal for about $12 per person.”
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Acceptable or satisfactory in standard or degree
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“A satisfying explanation for this result has not been offered.”
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Convincing or compelling in persuasion
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“Nothing is more suitable to the exigencies of an awakened conscience than a satisfying answer to the difficulties that oppose the hope of remission and salvation.”
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Based on, or displaying, common sense
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Pleasant and satisfactory
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Convincing or plausible
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Providing perfect happiness or great joy
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Serving to alleviate a person's feelings of grief or distress
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Full of substance or interest
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Very productive, profitable
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Intended to make someone less angry or hostile
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Able to be eaten
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Always successful
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Providing a feeling of ease or relaxation
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Relating to the healing of disease
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Easy or enjoyable to read
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Having or including many small details or features
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(of food) Satisfying and sentimental in nature
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Generating a sense of pride
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Determiner
A sufficient amount of
Noun
The action or fact of indulging in, or gratifying, one's wishes or desires
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The act of fulfilling (one's obligation, duty or responsibility)
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Verb
Present participle for to meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone)
“The three-course meal was delicious and would satisfy me greatly.”
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Present participle for to pacify or soothe (someone)
“The child was in a rage, and nothing would satisfy him, save for his favorite blanket.”
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Present participle for to act in accordance to the terms of
“We had to fire the contractor as he failed to satisfy the terms of our agreement.”
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Present participle for to fulfill a desire, demand or need
“More staff were hired to satisfy the growing demand from the market.”
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Present participle for to meet a set of requirements
“They must satisfy our requirements for a license, and if they do not, we will not issue the license.”
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Present participle for to pay off (a debt or creditor)
“The creditor may sell the chattel involved in order to satisfy the debt from the proceeds.”
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Present participle for to dispel someone's doubts
“You have provided insufficient evidence to satisfy me that your relationship with her is strictly platonic.”
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