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amends (used with a sing. or pl. verb) payment or compensation given to repair or satisfy damage, injury, or loss.
appease to cause to subside; satisfy. [1/2 definitions]
assuage to satisfy or appease; relieve. [1/2 definitions]
dissatisfy to fail to satisfy, esp. to fail to meet the expectations of; displease; disappoint.
double bind a situation in which a person can satisfy one expectation or demand only by failing to satisfy another; dilemma.
enough adequate to satisfy a requirement or need; sufficient. [1/6 definitions]
fill to fully satisfy (a need or desire). [1/9 definitions]
finicky exceptionally fussy or hard to satisfy.
fulfill to satisfy (a requirement, expectation, or desire). [1/4 definitions]
garnishee to confiscate by legal order (a salary, bank account, property, or the like) to satisfy an unpaid debt; garnish. [1/3 definitions]
gratify to satisfy or indulge (a desire, impulse, or the like). [1/2 definitions]
hostage someone held prisoner by one person or group in an attempt to persuade or force another person or group to satisfy certain conditions or meet certain demands.
insatiate not satisfied; impossible to satisfy; insatiable.
legal tender money that may be offered to satisfy a debt and that must, by law, be accepted by the creditor.
let down to fail to satisfy; disappoint. [1/3 definitions]
make amends to try to satisfy someone for offensive or injurious behavior, as with an apology.
pacify to satisfy temporarily; appease. [1/2 definitions]
pay to satisfy the obligation of by giving over money. [2/16 definitions]
please to satisfy or give pleasure to; make happy. [1/5 definitions]
quench to satisfy (a desire such as thirst). [1/3 definitions]
sate to fill or satisfy (a hunger, or a person who has an appetite); satiate. [1/2 definitions]