Adjective "Satisfying" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈsatɪsfʌɪɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Giving fulfilment or the pleasure associated with this.
  1. 'What emerges most of all from this thoroughly satisfying book, however, is the tragedy of our own ignorance about early American responses to the landscape.'
  2. 'Volunteering and helping people in need can be both satisfying and fulfilling.'
  3. 'Raw food is much more nutritious than cooked food, and is more satisfying in smaller quantities.'
  4. 'Being artsy, it appears, takes precedence over being satisfying.'
  5. 'The parade of cardboard characters with implausible motives makes for a less than satisfying read.'
  6. 'The resulting education is intense, engaged, and immensely satisfying and enjoyable.'
  7. 'Rich, elegant, fragrant and mystical, it provides a most satisfying dining experience.'
  8. 'To try to single out a recent painting as being particularly satisfying is difficult.'
  9. 'Tomorrow we're heading to the Tate Modern, which is always a far more satisfying experience.'
  10. 'What was most satisfying was the back and forth with the audience after the screenings.'

Definitions

1. to fulfill the desires, expectations, needs, or demands of (a person, the mind, etc.); give full contentment to: The hearty meal satisfied him.

2. to put an end to (a desire, want, need, etc.) by sufficient or ample provision: The hearty meal satisfied his hunger.

3. to give assurance to; convince: to satisfy oneself by investigation.

4. to answer sufficiently, as an objection.

5. to solve or dispel, as a doubt.

6. to discharge fu

More examples(as adjective)

"works can be satisfying for people."

"works can be satisfying as solicitors."

"wins can be satisfying for places."

"volumes can be satisfying in regards."

"recordings can be satisfying as things."

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Origin

(satisfy)