satisfactory

satisfactory
adj.
VERBS
appear, be, look, prove, seem, sound
consider sth, find sth, regard sth as
ADVERB
highly, most, very

It was all most satisfactory.

completely, fully, perfectly, quite
far from, less than, not altogether, not entirely, not totally, not wholly

The results were not entirely satisfactory.

generally
mutually

The arrangement has proved mutually satisfactory.

PREPOSITION
to

We hope this proposal is satisfactory to you.

Satisfactory is used with these nouns: ↑answer, ↑arrangement, ↑completion, ↑conclusion, ↑definition, ↑explanation, ↑manner, ↑outcome, ↑performance, ↑progress, ↑record, ↑reply, ↑resolution, ↑response, ↑result, ↑settlement, ↑situation, ↑solution, ↑substitute

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