- content: a satisfied look.
- completely paid, as a bill.
- convinced, as in an argument: Their opponents were finally satisfied.
Origin of satisfied
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Examples from the Web for well-satisfied
The Harn, also, was well-satisfied with the way things were going.Cat and Mouse
He was well-satisfied with his performance, and pronounced his blowpipe a certain killer.The Wanderers
Peter Crean gave a well-satisfied nod, and then left the room.Ben Burton
W. H. G. Kingston
Ghisleri saw that he had produced a good effect and was well-satisfied.Pietro Ghisleri
F. (Francis) Marion Crawford
His opponent was the very personification of well-satisfied indifference.The Lily and the Totem
William Gilmore Simms
- fully convinced of or happy
Word Origin and History for well-satisfied
1816, "gratified," past participle adjective from satisfy.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper