It has been hard enough to find a compromise that satisfies both the U.S. and Iran.
However he will have to do much more before he satisfies the questions being raised in the region.
Rushkoff seems here to be looking for the minority report, the one interpretation that satisfies his model.
The men acquired in the annual draft serve two years, which satisfies their military service obligation.
Because, for one thing, the object only satisfies for a time.
If this satisfies you, why not come back again after you've had a fling at the outside?
He utters the truth which the times demand—that which satisfies the conditions.
Chasseneux satisfies himself and us that this is in strict accordance with law.
And what satisfies them now, will not satisfy them in future.
If he has an idea that satisfies his judgment, he makes it a reality in the quickest possible time.
early 15c., from Middle French satisfier, from Old French satisfaire "pay, repay, make reparation" (14c., Modern French satisfaire), from Latin satisfacere "discharge fully, comply with, make amends," literally "do enough," from satis "enough" (from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy;" see sad) + facere "perform" (see factitious). Related: Satisfied; satisfying.