satisfied

[sat-is-fahyd]

adjective

content: a satisfied look.
completely paid, as a bill.
convinced, as in an argument: Their opponents were finally satisfied.

RELATED WORDS


Nearby words

  1. satirize,
  2. satisfaction,
  3. satisfactory,
  4. satisfice,
  5. satisficing behaviour,
  6. satisfy,
  7. satisfying,
  8. sato,
  9. sato eisaku,
  10. sato, eisaku

Origin of satisfied

First recorded in 1565–75; satisfy + -ed2

Related formsqua·si-sat·is·fied, adjectiveun·sat·is·fied, adjectivewell-sat·is·fied, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for unsatisfied

unsatisfied

adjective

(of a person, demand, need, etc) not satisfied or fulfilledan unsatisfied demand for fresh fruit
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Word Origin and History for unsatisfied
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