Satisfaction synonyms

săt'ĭs-făk'shən
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Blessing is defined as God's favor, or a person's sanction or support, or something you ask God for, or something for which you are grateful.
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Something which helps; a material source of help.
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An agreement, arrangement, or adjustment
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Compensation by a nation defeated in a war for economic losses suffered by the victor or for crimes committed against individuals, payable in money, labor, goods, etc.
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Something that gratifies; cause for satisfaction
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The process of achieving something:
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(Obs.) Agreement or reconciliation
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Amends made, as for damage or loss.
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Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
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Recompense for grievance or injury:
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The act or process of indemnifying, preserving, or securing against loss, damage, or penalty.
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Deliverance upon payment of ransom; rescue.
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In family law, an attempt by a third party to assist a couple to settle their differences and stay together. See also mediation.
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(Dated) The act of propitiating; placation, atonement, similar to expiation but with the added concept of appeasement of anger.
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(Business) An extension of time to make payment on a bill or note, granted as a favor
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The act of exchange of an asset of lesser liquidity with a more liquid one, such as cash.
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(Uncountable) Entertainment
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A condition of well-being, contentment, and security:
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The state of being well, happy, or prosperous; welfare
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(--- Comput.) Such material made available on the World Wide Web
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The definition of contentment is the state of being satisfied or the source of satisfaction.
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The state of being glad; joy.
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Great pleasure; joy:
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A very glad feeling; happiness; great pleasure; delight
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(Archaic) Good luck; good fortune; prosperity.
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One's preference or wish:
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Perfect happiness
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The removal of stress or discomfort.
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The definition of complacency means a feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, often combined with a lack of awareness of pending trouble or controversy.
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The absence of mental stress or anxiety.
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Freedom from pain, worry, or trouble; comfort
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The state or feeling of being satisfied
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The quality or state of being serene; calmness; tranquillity
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The state of being contented
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The state of being cheerful; joy.
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Someone's turn to treat
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Entertainment is defined as a funny or interesting performance or show.
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A snack, light meal, or drink.
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Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
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(Now literary, archaic) A payment or recompense made for services rendered or in recognition of some achievement; reward, deserts; award.
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A lever; a pry; also, the hold of a lever. Also spelled prise.
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Money offered or given for some special service, such as the return of a lost article or the capture of a criminal.
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The condition of being prosperous.
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Good luck
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(Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
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The act of repaying
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The feeling of not being happy
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Satisfied with the current situation and unconcerned with changing it, often to the point of smugness:
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Giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement; adequate.
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In a state of satisfaction.
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The definition of vicarious is living as if through someone else or acting for someone else.
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Pleasure; gratification; joy
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The state of being fulfilled.
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The definition of justice is the use of power as appointed by law, honor or standards to support fair treatment and due reward.
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Delivery of funds in settlement of a claim or debt; fulfillment of a monetary obligation.
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The act of reconciling.
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A state of excessive fullness.
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Return, as for an injury or friendly act.
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(Law) A process of compensation for losses.
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The state of being satiated or sated, of being full, of being at maximum capacity.
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The state of being perfectly satiated.
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Vindication is defined as the act of justifying or clearing someone of blame.
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To placate or attempt to placate (a threatening nation, for example) by granting concessions, often at the expense of principle.
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To bring into agreement; reconcile
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To make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence.
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To satisfy, carry out, bring to completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.).
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To please or satisfy:
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To promise to make good another’s financial loss or liability resulting from a particular event or contingency.
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To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
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To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
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To cool (hot steel, etc.) suddenly by plunging into water, oil, or the like
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To make content, submissive, or acquiescent (to)
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To satisfy (an appetite) fully.
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To satisfy to excess. To fill to satiety.
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To answer or discharge (a claim, debt, legal demand, etc.); to give compensation for.
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To allay or make (thirst, desire, etc.) less active or intense by satisfying; assuage; satisfy
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Necessity; obligation:
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The condition or quality of lacking something usual or necessary:
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Indemnity is defined as protection from damage, injury, financial loss or legal liability.
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(International trade) A form of countertrade arrangement, in which the seller agrees to purchase within a set time frame products of a certain value from the buying country. This kind of agreement may be used in large international public sector contracts such as arms sales.
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Discharge from a debt or obligation
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Satisfaction for wrong or injury; reparation.
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A counterclaim that reduces or discharges the amount owed to a claimant.
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Substitute is defined as a person or thing acting in place of something else.
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A means of expiating.
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