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use "satisfy" in a sentence


His retirement income is also enough to satisfy his lust for travel.

Whether that's enough to satisfy the court has yet to be seen.

If, in fact, it does satisfy basic needs for safety, of course, Carson said.

The groups will satisfy your sweet tooth with crepes, fondue and other treats.

There is no way that reality can satisfy such extravagant fantasies of change.

You try to do what ultimately you feel is going to satisfy you and fulfil you.

There was no way we were going to satisfy the demands of these pirates.

But the proposed legislation does not satisfy environmental campaigners either.

But most of the airlines are offering speeds that wouldn't satisfy today's user.

Therefore, they're expected to take the cheapest option to satisfy the law.

Moon already served enough time while waiting trial to satisfy the prison sentence.

“It doesn’t satisfy the need for humane killing and that’s real problematic,” he said.

The demand of working all day, every day, to satisfy the world's cravings is frightening.

The Walter Breakfasts, hearty enough to satisfy Walt Jr. himself, are a specialty.

It took more than a day for engineers to assess the situation and satisfy the city all was safe.

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