Adjective "satisfied" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈsatɪsfʌɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Contented; pleased.
  1. 'she was very satisfied with the results'
  2. 'It's a food that can leave us full, satisfied and happy.'
  3. 'She seemed quite satisfied and proud of herself for some reason.'
  4. 'Salesmen love repeat business from satisfied customers, because it's all pay and no work!'
  5. 'Patrick gave me a satisfied nod, and then changed the subject of our conversation.'
  6. 'Many companies regard satisfied customers as their best form of advertising.'
  7. 'Having a satisfied customer tell others how great your business is can reap tremendous rewards.'
  8. 'Ray seemed far from satisfied with the answer he had just received.'
  9. 'The best way to show your prospective customers what you can do for them is through testimonials from satisfied customers.'
  10. 'If satisfied with their findings, the family will then consult an astrologer to set a date.'
  11. 'Don't make a scene, but the hairdresser, owner or manager needs to know you're not a satisfied customer.'

Definitions

1. content: a satisfied look.

2. completely paid, as a bill.

3. convinced, as in an argument: Their opponents were finally satisfied.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be satisfied with results."

"people can be satisfied with people."

"people can be satisfied with outcomes."

"people can be satisfied with agreements."

"people can be satisfied with ways."

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