Verb(1) make happy or satisfied(2) yield (to
(1) Anyone who abuses young girls in order to gratify their sexual desires can and must expect custodial sentences to mark the public abhorrence of this type of behaviour.(2) He adopted their methodological starting point, the assumption that rational actors ├ö├ç├┐seek to gratify their desires with the least exertion.├ö├ç├û(3) It represents something which is universal and compelling: the freedom to gratify desire.(4) Looking at the evolutionary history of four everyday domesticated plants (apples, tulips, marijuana and potatoes), he argues that their success stems from their ability to gratify human desires.(5) Women, like men, were equally entitled to gratify their sexual desires in the most beneficial and pleasurable way possible.(6) In the second case, there is a need to gratify the craving, regardless of the risk.(7) This sounds remarkably similar to George's ├ö├ç├┐fundamental law of political economy├ö├ç├û that ├ö├ç├┐men always seek to gratify their desires with the least exertion.├ö├ç├û(8) Such jurisdiction allowed them to gratify their desires for lavish living.(9) All he saw in me was a way to gratify his greed and voracity.(10) If the sole motive is enjoyment then your destination should gratify your desires.(11) Under colonialism, a nation is a ground on which men may gratify their desires for control and honor.(12) As soon as we encounter rules, it seems to be human nature to start to get very clever about finding ways to gratify our desires even within the parameters of the rules.(13) Does it gratify you that your films are taken seriously and that your films still inspire generations of filmmakers who have come after you?(14) Also, we just cannot gratify every desire that arises, because to do so would destroy civilization by breaking down its necessary restrictions.(15) The need gratifier can be anyone - father, mother, aunt, uncle, brother, sister.(16) You look so well, they all cooed, gratifyingly unaware of just how dog-rough I was feeling on the inside.
1. please ::
2. satisfy ::
3. indulge ::
1. displease ::
gratifies, gratify, gratifying
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