wish fulfilment


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wish fulfilment

n
(Psychoanalysis) (in Freudian psychology) any successful attempt to fulfil a wish stemming from the unconscious mind, whether in fact, in fantasy, or by such disguised means as sublimation. See also pleasure principle
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wish fulfilment

, (US) wish fulfillment
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