well-satisfied

well-satisfied

adj (well satisfied when postpositive)
fully convinced of or happy
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Short has been cast to essay the role of Dean Ed Brown, a well-satisfied Dean of Sacramento University.
The historical angle of this trip was well-satisfied with 'seeing' the places associated with my Sypher & Albright Loyalist Families.
Club spokesperson Peter Holmes said: "All in all, pupils left pleased with their efforts, and well-satisfied that they had done themselves justice."
Most attendees left Indianapolis with well-satisfied smiles on their faces, despite their aching feet.
This is because the role of in-house counsel in FCPA compliance is usually well-satisfied by the legal practitioner.
Burly 21-year-old Tom Wells (note the name - he'll play for England) struck cleanly for 51 (20 balls) to give the home crowd something to cheer but the Bears left the field well-satisfied with a solid day's work.
Those who laid the foundation should be well-satisfied with the outcome, which is another jewel in the cultural crown of Merseyside.
There are few more pragmatic managers around than Mick McCarthy so he pronounced himself well-satisfied with three points, which keep his team, in theory, in the play-off race - though if they play like this every week they haven't got a prayer of finishing in the top six.
Their afternoon's work left manager Steven Pressley well-satisfied.
In the circumstances, Phillips,from Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset, can be well-satisfied with the consistency of his three runs (38.072sec, 38.625sec and 38.301sec) as runner-up behind Fields each time.
Adam Thomson added that no passport system in the world is omitted from some kind of omission, however, "We are well-satisfied with the issuance of Pakistani passport system as National Database and Regulatory Authority (NADRA) has the best system in the world".
Pollard wrote: "Cyril had the look of a well-satisfied man for a long, long time."