satisfying

[ US /ˈsætɪsˌfaɪɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈætɪsfˌa‍ɪɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. providing abundant nourishment
    a hearty meal
    four square meals a day
    ate a substantial breakfast
    good solid food
  2. providing freedom from worry
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How To Use satisfying In A Sentence

  • She gave me a cheerful grin and rattled off her past employers, accompanied by a brief biodata, both seemingly satisfying.
  • This is unsatisfying in many respects, for, as should be clear at this point, we often need to nontrivially reason about theories which Impossible Worlds
  • At least it is not, so long as we avoid equivocating on the notion of satisfying a desire.
  • The conductor worked hard for a first-class result, the cohesiveness of the entire composition leaving a most satisfying afterglow.
  • Conclusion Laparoscopic pyloromyotomy has characteristics of safety, minimal invasion and rapid recovery. What's more, it has satisfying cosmetic effect. It's worth routinely carrying out.
  • The folks at are charged with contributing to the delinquency of the film-makers, who were likely duped into believing this could become a satisfying monster movie.
  • Another satisfying feature of these sandals is their looks… the active sandals unlike many others appear graceful and go with almost all the casuals.
  • extended sense", but they are incapable of satisfying (B2), precisely because their way of satisfying (B1) is committed to a non-concatenative realization of syntactic structures. The Language of Thought Hypothesis
  • She wanted to slam the door shut, to hear the satisfying crack of wood against wood, splintering and breaking.
  • an insubstantial and unsatisfying meal
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