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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfulfillingful‧fil‧ling /fʊlˈfɪlɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective  SATISFIEDmaking you feel happy and satisfied because you are doing interesting, useful, or important things syn satisfying Nursing is still one of the most fulfilling careers.
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fulfillingPruitt says that for him, fatherhood is creative and fulfilling.Each of these courses is vocationally attractive, academically challenging and personally fulfilling.One's lifestyle in television can be stressful, artificial and erratic, quite apart from being exciting and creatively fulfilling.In these terms, the purpose of education is to enable the individual to lead a fulfilling and productive life.Finding a fulfilling career may be the key to personal happiness.Many people intent on pursuing an exciting and fulfilling career neglect the other two legs.But what should be a happy and fulfilling experience all too often is not.Most adults with cystic fibrosis were found to be living fulfilling lives into adulthood.Many older people who have no fulfilling personal relationships lavish their affection on pets.The days passed quickly in hard, yet fulfilling work.