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Giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement; adequate. See Synonyms at sufficient.

sat′is·fac′to·ri·ly adv.
sat′is·fac′to·ri·ness n.
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Noun1.satisfactoriness - the quality of giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
adequacy, adequateness - the quality of being able to meet a need satisfactorily: "he questioned the adequacy of the usual sentimental interpretation of the Golden Rule"
acceptability, acceptableness - satisfactoriness by virtue of conforming to approved standards
unsatisfactoriness - the quality of being inadequate or unsuitable
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when we come to take it to pieces, bit by bit, where's the satisfactoriness of the money as yet?
But it was never to be; and the want of satisfactoriness is, that after all the money never gets to him.
Transactions are entirely the business of the transacting parties, and Word Ways can accept no responsibility for the satisfactoriness of such transactions.
We might think that so long as their judgments of life satisfactoriness cohere with their own moral values, humans can be genuinely happy.
but for a dimension of assessment--how the words stand in respect of satisfactoriness to the facts .
340% of variance and indicating to satisfactoriness of factor analysis and the understudy indexes.
8] are satisfied with the proposed PSO algorithm, while the same specifications are not satisfactoriness with standard PSO.
Worker satisfaction is a function of the correspondence between the work reinforcers of the environment and the individual's needs, and worker satisfactoriness is a function of the person's abilities and the work environment's ability requirements.
In the next paper, entitled Proposal of a Validation Framework for a New Measurement Model and its Application to the Export Performance Construct, Jorge Carneiro, Angela da Rocha and Jorge Ferreira da Silva present and analyze a comprehensive set of validation procedures to assess the satisfactoriness of measurement models of multifaceted constructs.
Questions relating to the satisfactoriness or otherwise of an ending do not arise, in a similar form, with the remaining two fictional manuscripts since both are unfinished.
The performance measure used was the Minnesota Satisfactoriness Survey (MSS) (Gibson et al.
There was nothing wrong with focusing on the correspondence between satisfaction and satisfactoriness and trying to predict tenure.