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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfulfilledful‧filled /fʊlˈfɪld/ adjective  SATISFIEDhappy and satisfied because your life is interesting and you are doing useful or important things Adult education helps people achieve more fulfilled lives.see thesaurus at satisfied
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fulfilledI think if I could write a song that I knew was good, not necessarily a big hit, I would feel fulfilled.It's not necessary to have a boyfriend to enjoy yourself and be fulfilled.Then it is as if our fragmented lives are integrated, fulfilled and satisfied as they have never been before.A young married woman, supposedly fulfilled by husband and children, confessed the emptiness of her life.She felt fulfilled, each tomorrow bright with promise.When they had gone she felt fulfilled, emptied, at peace.
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