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gratifying

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgratifyinggrat‧i‧fy‧ing /ˈɡrætəfaɪ-ɪŋ/ adjective  SATISFIEDpleasing and satisfyingit’s gratifying to do something It’s gratifying to note that already much has been achieved. The support was considerable and very gratifying.gratifyingly adverb
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gratifyingImplementing the plan will be less gratifying.It was not naturally as smart a match as the failed one of the summer, but the reactions were all the same gratifying.To a whirring of cine-cameras and a gratifying clicking of Nikons, Enid Coley progressed graciously into the stands.For Nicholson, success in this quarter is doubly gratifying - displaying his ability to attract women by means other than looks.It was a gratifying experience to find myself liked and accepted by my peers to an extent that I had never expected.In the end, however, he found a most gratifying resolution.It's gratifying to know that my work has helped so many people.
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