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satisfying

Syllabification: sat·is·fy·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsadəsˌfīiNG
 
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Definition of satisfying in English:

adjective

Giving fulfillment or the pleasure associated with this: Fleischer’s performance was consummately musical and deeply satisfying
More example sentences
  • Setting up you own business can be very satisfying and fulfilling, but it can be very lonely and isolating and is very hard work.
  • Volunteering and helping people in need can be both satisfying and fulfilling.
  • Save a few false notes and overlong lyrical passages, he has produced a wholly satisfying novel.

Derivatives

satisfyingly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • When shooting, the camera is satisfyingly responsive, with quick autofocus and minimal shutter delay.
  • Pepys's 1665 diary entries about the appearance of the black plague in London are a key element in a story that is very much of the present while rooted most satisfyingly and believably in the past.
  • Spicy and aromatic, the chicken was wonderfully tender and flavourful, and the rice was just amazing - satisfyingly clumpy and deeply imbued with rich ginger flavour.

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