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I get a lot of satisfaction from working in the garden.
He expressed satisfaction with the results.
At least we had the satisfaction of knowing we had done our best.
'Joan is getting married,' she announced with satisfaction.
Friendly service and low prices all contribute to customer satisfaction.
Our main priority is the satisfaction of people's immediate health needs.
This is the British English definition of satisfaction. View American English definition of satisfaction.
old and no longer in good condition
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