Thesaurus / satisfy

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Its reception was cold and only one fragment seemed to satisfy the large audience which filled the hall.
MY RECOLLECTIONSJULES MASSENET
The biographical sketch seemed to satisfy readers that they were getting their "dope" straight on Goldfield Consolidated.
“They are free from all pain,” was the evasive answer; but it seemed to satisfy her.
SALT WATERW. H. G. KINGSTON
She had used other people to satisfy her selfish desires and then discarded them ruthlessly.
Both men tried to make her explain exactly what she meant, but she would not satisfy their curiosity.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
The plot is contrived: to satisfy Bresson's requirements, the lady will take the Jewish lamp.
THE BLONDE LADYMAURICE LEBLANC
Mr. Chairman, the explanation given to this clause does not satisfy my mind.
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER, PART 3 OF 4AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
But Southwark ought to have sufficed to satisfy the ambition of a clown.
He might, at least, satisfy his curiosity and look upon the face of his companion.
GRAUSTARKGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
The law was final to his mind; but it did not satisfy his wrathful questioning heart.
IN THE HEART OF A FOOLWILLIAM ALLEN WHITE

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