satisfactoriness[ sat-is-fak-tuh-ree, -fak-tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF satisfactoriness
Synonyms for satisfactoriness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SATISFACTORINESS
But satisfactoriness is both a subjective quality, and a present one.
Humanism says that satisfactoriness is what distinguishes the true from the false.
The satisfactoriness of prompt and cogent classification has had a hand in the vindication of truth's supremacy over satisfaction.
But the satisfactoriness of the evening had suddenly ceased.
A testimonial of their satisfactoriness is their use throughout many centuries.
Then I shall respect your opinion of their satisfactoriness as a staff of life.
Note especially the many questions asked him by different members, and the readiness and satisfactoriness of his answers.
Of course percepts may be involved in the mediating experiences, or in the ‘satisfactoriness’ of the P in its new position.
What constituted the satisfactoriness of the whole affair was its essential unlovingness and friendly want of emotion.
The "truth" of these working ideas is demonstrated in the satisfactoriness of the results to which they lead us.