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[ US /fʊɫˈfɪɫmənt/ ]
  1. a feeling of satisfaction at having achieved your desires
  2. the act of consummating something (a desire or promise etc)
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How To Use fulfillment In A Sentence

  • Were they spiritualized, minimized, or did they fail to find fulfillment only because of the failure of the restoration to materialize?
  • And that's one of the keys to understanding the fulfillment of future prophecies.
  • On the page and on the screen, "Kick-Ass" riffs on the wish-fulfillment afforded by tales of derring-do and the ill-advisedness of taking on the task in real life. PaloAltoOnline.com
  • The most important thing for him and his workers there is the fulfillment of orders every month to run their factory.
  • Angeline had been the fulfillment of her dreams, and Gretchen her first disappointment.
  • How fabulous is it that the pursuit of happiness and self-fulfillment can be achieved with the help of the diving industry!
  • About a third is the labor and the fulfillment we call imprinting here and the overhead, and then about a third is the delivery of a piece of it. Undefined
  • Women tend to consider extramarital unions for emotional fulfillment rather than for recreational sex.
  • Logically, Youth has re-equipped him for sin and with the disposition to commit it; he will naturally go to the fane which is consecrated to the Fulfillment of Desires, and make arrangements. Following the Equator, Part 6
  • Goss defines military effectiveness as the fulfillment of assigned missions and the accomplishment of political objectives.
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