Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Capable of being satisfied.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being satisfied.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective That may be satisfied.

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  • adjective Capable of being satisfied.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective capable of being sated

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Examples

  • You want real Alternative and Punk rock listen to people like TOM WAITS, THE CLASH, THE RAMONES, THE VELVET UNDERGROUND AND LOU REED! hopefaith89 this was the best movie i have ever seen 10 out of 10very satisfiable and an outstanding performance from I hope they win an Oscar because if they don't them there is something seriously wrong with the people who work for the award show.

    ALICE IN WONDERLAND Soundtrack Revealed – Collider.com

  • And the cookery book may be selling us desires, but should we ever get round to following the recipes, they are satisfiable ones.

    A culinary nativity with Jamie, Hugh and Lorraine | Joe Moran

  • The pièce de résistance: the blackboard flips forward, dry ice pours forth and the giant inflatable head of Felix the Cat edges forward to float over us all, a symbol of our dematerialised desires, as Leckey ecstatically proclaims the new age of infinitely satisfiable cultural need.

    Leckey-likey « Squares of Wheat

  • But supposing rights are universal, the thinking goes, they must have enjoyed (in principle) the same rights that we do, so a right that would have been impossible for them to claim must not be a genuine right today, even if such a purported right is now technologically satisfiable.

    Health Care, Vegetarians, and Contextual Rights

  • The pièce de résistance: the blackboard flips forward, dry ice pours forth and the giant inflatable head of Felix the Cat edges forward to float over us all, a symbol of our dematerialised desires, as Leckey ecstatically proclaims the new age of infinitely satisfiable cultural need.

    February « 2009 « Squares of Wheat

  • I once posed this same question within a religious setting, and not one person was able to give me a satisfiable answer.

    In the Beginning.....

  • Thus, in realistic examples of assemblages of statistically relevant factors from biomedicine and social science, the objective homogeneity condition is unlikely to be satisfied, or in any practical sense, satisfiable.

    Scientific Explanation

  • A closely related point is that at least some of the models described above impose requirements on explanation that may be satisfiable in some domains of inquiry but are either unachievable (in any practically interesting sense) in other domains or, to the extent that they may be achievable, bear no discernable relationship to generally accepted goals of inquiry in those domains.

    Scientific Explanation

  • What was missing was a procedure to list out all the non-valid formulas, or equivalently to list out all satisfiable formulas.

    Computability and Complexity

  • Notice that a formula, Φ, is valid iff its negation, ¬Φ, is not satisfiable.

    Computability and Complexity

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