I love my job and have found work to be gratifying and even calming during periods when other parts of my life are far less so.
It's gratifying to know that America can be so much more than the land of the free and home of the rest of us.
And it was gratifying at first: Dylan's the father of Kelly's baby!
What's more remarkable and gratifying is that he kept his word.
His rising poll numbers indicate that he could make some gratifying trouble next year.
Many of the pretended magnetisers were notorious libertines, who took that opportunity of gratifying their passions.
It was most gratifying to us that we headed the list of the military subscriptions.
I caught--'Not without my leave--dependent on me for market-tips,' and other gratifying tributes to my integrity.
I have no hesitancy in gratifying your wish to comprehend it.
They had been well primed with ginger cordial, and were obstreperous to a gratifying degree.
c.1400, "to bestow grace upon;" 1530s, "to show gratitude to," from French gratifier (16c.) or directly from Latin gratificari "to do favor to, oblige, gratify," from gratus "pleasing" (see grace) + root of facere "make, do, perform" (see factitious). Meaning "to give pleasure to" is from 1560s. Related: Gratified; gratifying.