Lower class people in the United States still have lots and lots of satisfying trouble in their lives.
One of the most satisfying parts of writing for television is that it's an organic process.
The obvious question is whether such a novel post untouchable by Congress is satisfying.
The markets are filled with the freshest and most incredible ingredients, and the cuisine is generally simple yet satisfying.
For the show to be satisfying, you really want to be tracking those contestants.
And there was an infinite curiosity, which I hardly even dared dream of satisfying; a curiosity which was like a fever.
There is something magical and satisfying in the art of leaving off.
And surely of all smells in the world the smell of many trees is sweetest and most satisfying.'
It is a far cry from satisfying an employer to pleasing the public.
The evening when the light piece is blacker and the darkness has not come to engage anything is the satisfying shining.
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.