Thesaurus / satisfactoriness

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I am not half so sure of the satisfactoriness of life and the good qualities of the world as I used to be.

Then I shall respect your opinion of their satisfactoriness as a staff of life.

Cashel Byron's ProfessionGeorge Bernard Shaw

But it was never to be; and the want of satisfactoriness is, that after all the money never gets to him.'

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Like Dewey and like Schiller, I have had to say that the truth of an idea is determined by its satisfactoriness.

Note especially the many questions asked him by different members, and the readiness and satisfactoriness of his answers.

The Brothers' WarJohn Calvin Reed

A testimonial of their satisfactoriness is their use throughout many centuries.

Artificial LightM. Luckiesh

Of course percepts may be involved in the mediating experiences, or in the ‘satisfactoriness’ of the P in its new position.

But satisfactoriness is a subjective term, just as idea is; and truth is generally regarded as 'objective.'

What constituted the satisfactoriness of the whole affair was its essential unlovingness and friendly want of emotion.

But satisfactoriness is both a subjective quality, and a present one.

opposites of satisfactoriness

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