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verb as in pay, compensate

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Its side lengths fail to satisfy the triangle inequality theorem, which states that the sum of any two sides must be greater than the third.

Climate migrants and community “long timers” satisfy growing populations by farming vertically, mass producing food, and creating inexpensive housing with 3D printing.

The explanation has not satisfied some voters, who started calling state and registrar’s offices as early as election night.

Hawley has since said this litmus test has been satisfied and that he supports Barrett.

My new feature for Fortune aims to satisfy that question by closely examining Fraser’s career.

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You have said that nothing frightens you as much as writing, but nothing satisfies you as much either.

Rushkoff seems here to be looking for the minority report, the one interpretation that satisfies his model.

The shock horror satisfies our cravings for conflict and yet justifies our comfy suburban disconnect.

Ultimately, Shas will go with whoever satisfies its demand for financial support for a largely low-income constituency.

It has been hard enough to find a compromise that satisfies both the U.S. and Iran.

The suggested emendation satisfies the conditions, and makes better sense.

Porridge is a food which satisfies and strengthens, and which, it seems, is rich in bone-forming matter.

That is a sad condition of things, but one which fully satisfies the greater part of the dwellers on your planet.

For these show the wants of the religious sense, and Christianity, they maintain, purifies and satisfies them all.

The evidence satisfies me that the officers did their work very well and without any thought of themselves.


On this page you'll find 168 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to satisfies, such as: gratify, placate, elate, fascinate, flatter, and amuse.

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