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sat·is·fi·a·ble

 (săt′ĭs-fī′ə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being satisfied: satisfiable needs and desires.
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Adj.1.satisfiable - capable of being sated; "a satiable thirst"; "a satiable appetite"
satiate, satiated - supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction
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