Definition of satisfaction :
1. Settlement of a claim, due, or demand; payment; indemnification; adequate compensation.
2. That which satisfies or gratifies; atonement.
3. The act of satisfying, or the state of being satisfied; gratification of desire; contentment in possession and enjoyment; repose of mind resulting from compliance with its desires or demands.
conciliation, anticipation, doubtlessness, mirth, excitement, repayment, alienation, liquidation, recompense, good fortune, assuredness, satiety, quittance, achievement, offset, cancel, unhappiness, reimbursement, content, bail, setoff, fix, dissatisfaction, triumph, delectation, enthusiasm, on demand, prize, sureness, activity, felicity, cause, alienate, aid, crowd pleaser, attest, reprisal, compromise, reward, blind trust, blessedness, merriment, meed, sustenance, kick, refreshment, satiate, assign, escapism, indulgence, treat, solution, face, conviction, blast, prosperity, cancellation, surety, recoupment, contentedness, assurance, indemnification, positiveness, satisfy, process of elimination, slake, relief, cure, damages, way out, substitute, assignment, remedy, requital, rejoicing, change, settlement, answer, cocksureness, fulfillment, certitude, if desired, expiation, resolution, remuneration, blessing, propitiation, joie de vivre, indemnity, heuristics, wonder, binge, certainty
atonement (part of speech: noun)
pleasure (part of speech: noun)
delight, happiness, euphoria, agreeability, complaisance, gaiety, brightness, entertainment, contentment, exhilaration, joy, enjoyment, pleasure, jollity, bliss, gladness, ecstasy, gratification, amusement, sunniness, relish, joyfulness, well-being, enthrallment, cheer, bonniness, cheerfulness, rapture
satisfaction (part of speech: noun)
contentment (part of speech: noun)
- All at once he broke into a smile of satisfaction. - "The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune", Wilbur Lawton.
- " Or him; and it is in that feeling that I find my chief satisfaction,- that he should have had the sense to have liked such a one as you better than others. - "The Duke's Children", Anthony Trollope.
- Or only her own self- satisfaction? - "The Captives", Hugh Walpole.