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- adj. That satisfies, gratifies, pleases or comforts.
- v. Present participle of satisfy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Giving or fitted to give satisfaction or gratification.
- Fitted to dispel doubt and uncertainty; convincing; satisfactory.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. providing abundant nourishment
- adj. providing freedom from worry
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If we consider blogging a form of self-publishing there are many authors who are doing just that and finding it very satisfying from a writing, if not monetary, point of view at least.
My advice to anyone who wants to make her life more satisfying is two-pronged: First, don't settle for a life you don't love.
They're both intellectually satisfying from a technical perspective (as a guitar player), but is the obvious "culture" gap a maturity issue?
Of a larger appetite and more luck in satisfying it.
Happy people are more likely to be in satisfying romantic relationships.
Mike's dish is called satisfying, soulful and so simple, honest and good.
For now I am catching up on correspondence and renewing my zoo membership and other stuff that is quite satisfying from the inside and not the least bit of interest externally.
On the free market, everyone earns according to his productive value in satisfying consumer desires.
'' It's satisfying from the standpoint that we've got the right components to go far this season and keep going, '' said Ethier, who entered the game as a pinch hitter in the seventh.
With the exception of Walk this Way, which was pretty awesome to play, I didn't find too many of the songs really juicy and satisfying from the standpoint of technical proficiency.