SATISFIED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for SATISFIED?

Need another word that means the same as “satisfied”? Find 9 synonyms and 30 related words for “satisfied” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Satisfied” are: quenched, slaked, pleased, well pleased, happy, content, contented, fulfilled, gratified

Satisfied as an Adjective

Definitions of "Satisfied" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “satisfied” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Contented; pleased.
  • Allayed.
  • Filled with satisfaction.

Synonyms of "Satisfied" as an adjective (9 Words)

contentSatisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are.
He had to be content with third place.
contentedWilling to accept something; satisfied.
She gave a contented little smile.
fulfilledCompleted to perfection.
I am confident in this role and feel fulfilled.
gratifiedHaving received what was desired.
happyMarked by good fortune.
They are happy to see me doing well.
pleasedProud of one’s achievements, especially excessively so; self-satisfied.
A pleased smile.
An uprising quenched almost before it started.
well pleasedResulting favorably.

Usage Examples of "Satisfied" as an adjective

  • A satisfied customer.
  • Satisfied customers.
  • She was very satisfied with the results.

Associations of "Satisfied" (30 Words)

blessednessA state of supreme happiness.
blissA state of extreme happiness.
Blissed out hippies.
complacencyA feeling of smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.
His complacency was absolutely disgusting.
complacentContented to a fault with oneself or one’s actions.
You can t afford to be complacent about security.
contentThe state of being contented with your situation in life.
Not content with being a hugely successful pop star he now intends to venture into movies.
contentedSatisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are.
A contented smile.
contentmentHappiness with one’s situation in life.
He found contentment in living a simple life in the country.
delectationA feeling of extreme pleasure or satisfaction.
They had all manner of rock n roll goodies for our delectation.
delightedFilled with wonder and delight.
We were delighted to see her.
delightfulCausing delight; charming.
A delightful surprise.
elatedEcstatically happy.
Dozens of elated fans welcomed the champions home.
enjoyableAffording satisfaction or pleasure.
They had an enjoyable afternoon.
euphoriaA feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.
In his euphoria he had become convinced he could defeat them.
exultTo express great joy.
Exulting in her escape Lisa closed the door behind her.
exultantTriumphantly happy.
He waved to the exultant crowds.
felicityA particularly effective feature of a work of literature or art.
Domestic felicity.
gladCausing happiness.
Gave a glad shout.
gladdenBecome glad or happy.
The high childish laugh was a sound that gladdened her heart.
gladnessExperiencing joy and pleasure.
gratificationThe act or an instance of satisfying.
A thirst for sexual gratification.
gratifyYield (to); give satisfaction to.
She was gratified to see the shock in Jim's eyes.
happinessEmotions experienced when in a state of well-being.
She struggled to find happiness in her life.
jollityFeeling jolly and jovial and full of good humor.
He was full of false jollity.
jovialityA jovial nature.
laughingShowing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness.
Laughing children.
pleasedWilling or glad to do something.
A pleased smile.
pleasurablePleasing; enjoyable.
Pleasurable activities.
satisfactionThe payment of a debt or fulfillment of an obligation.
I looked round with satisfaction.
satisfactorilyIn a way that fulfils expectations or needs; acceptably.
The plan has not worked satisfactorily.
smugHaving or showing an excessive pride in oneself or one’s achievements.
A smug glow of self congratulation.

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