Definition of gratify:
luxuriate, entertain, make someone's day, enliven, lift, gladden, feast, mollycoddle, glad, content, suit, overjoy, pamper, procure, give, happy, satisfy, hearten, occupy, coddle, uplift, excite, baby, interest, gas, brighten (up) someone's day/life, warm, disport, enchant, divert, do someone's heart good, joy, agree, bring a smile to your face/lips, tickle, indulge, pimp, pleasure, recreate, resist, rejoice, spoil, humor, amuse, live up to, fulfil, featherbed, cater, fulfill, humor, cosset, cocker, meet, like, beguile, pander.
She put the cup to her lips, to gratify the benevolence of her host, but her anxious spirit was too much occupied in the concerns dearest to her heart, to feel any wants of the body; and turning to the knight, she briefly related what had been the design of her father with regard to Sir William Wallace; how he had been seized at Bothwell, and sent with his family a prisoner to Dumbarton Castle.- "The Scottish Chiefs", Jane Porter.
- "Do and Dare A Brave Boy's Fight for Fortune", Horatio Alger, Jr..
- "The Redemption of David Corson", Charles Frederic Goss.