Many have experienced phenomena that, however creepy, admit a satisfactory explanation.
Prior to my workouts, the sex we had was more than satisfactory.
There should be no provisional status until we have locked down our borders and implemented E-Verify in a satisfactory manner.
“Where there is no desire or pursuit, there is no wholeness, but there are satisfactory lesser states, fragments,” Vidal wrote.
There are several independent research programs but the origin of life does not have a satisfactory explanation at present.
The results are not satisfactory and its easier to carry it.
Here too experience has afforded us the most satisfactory proof in its favor.
Such awnings will be found as satisfactory for exposed doors as for windows.
Sir John hoped so, but the proofs were not yet satisfactory.
I sincerely hope I may be able to make you a satisfactory offer.
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.