[ UK /sˈætɪsfˌaɪɪŋli/ ]
in a gratifying manner
the performance was at a gratifyingly high level
How To Use satisfyingly In A Sentence
- It is not detailed for show but is satisfyingly clean, and brightened up by chromed air filter rain guards and polished trim.
- In this high-tech age ballooning is satisfyingly old-fashioned, though it has come a long way since the first balloon attempts of the 18th century.
- With over 400 episodes now under its belt, The Simpsons benefits greatly from the movie treatment, at once appropriately epic but satisfyingly modest; there isn't much in the film that hasn't already been touched on in some fashion beforehand, but The Simpsons Movie is perhaps most brilliant in finding that fine line between new and old, current and timeless, specific and universal, making its exploits at once reassuringly familiar and invigoratingly fresh. The Simpsons Movie (2007): B+
- We also shared a portion of Fried Seaweed which was satisfyingly crispy.
- A satisfyingly gruesome eyeful that gets you asking why you can't avert your gaze. Times, Sunday Times
- The exploitation of human weakness both fascinates and disgusts him, and he is able to weave the familiar elements of his fictional universe into a plot that unwinds satisfyingly and with a certain sickening inevitability. Old Media Monday: Reviewing the Reviewers
- The story strands past and present are knitted together in a satisfyingly coherent manner. Times, Sunday Times
- At least the new films have produced some satisfyingly irksome tagline puns.
- I always use "unkind" -- it feels satisfyingly quaint. Gawker Reckoning - Anil Dash
- I find something satisfyingly timeless about it, with sunlight on the Georgian orange brick, the feeling that perhaps the rector is within, preparing his sermon to be preached in the equally satisfying Perpendicular church at the back. The Langton Messiah