He first came alone by train to see Southern California for himself; then, satisfied, he returned home.
How long Summers will be satisfied being the head of the White House economics team will now be an intriguing question.
Like any exciting meal, Food will leave you smiling and satisfied.
early 15c., from Middle French satisfier, from Old French satisfaire "pay, repay, make reparation" (14c., Modern French satisfaire), from Latin satisfacere "discharge fully, comply with, make amends," literally "do enough," from satis "enough" (from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy;" see sad) + facere "perform" (see factitious). Related: Satisfied; satisfying.