Each show ends a hint of Borgesian uncertainty, as if the mystery can never quite be satisfactorily explained.
He could arrange that satisfactorily, for Carrie would be glad to wait, if necessary.
At least, I have never been able to explain it satisfactorily to myself.
It is in comparatively few cases that the development of a god's character can be satisfactorily traced.
They stood the test of experience in all respects most satisfactorily.
The work progressed rapidly and satisfactorily until the 3d of July, when all was about ready for a final assault.
In the mean time all had been going on satisfactorily about the new fishing-smack.
That is a question that none of us can reply to satisfactorily.
He had satisfactorily assimilated the spirit of the vista, and blended it with his own.
Lye dissolved in hot water and used while hot will also remove it, but not as satisfactorily as kerosene oil.
mid-15c., "capable of atoning for sin," from Middle French satisfactoire (14c.) and directly from Late Latin satisfactorius, from Latin satisfactus, past participle of satisfacere (see satisfy). Meaning "adequate" is from 1630s. Related: Satisfactorily; satisfactoriness.
satisfactory sat·is·fac·to·ry (sāt'ĭs-fāk'tə-rē)
Providing satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement.