be satisfied

See: opine
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It is not my fault that things cannot be so arranged, and that one must be satisfied with model flats.
If you should then be dissatisfied with it, you can but test its soundness for yourself; if, on the other hand, you should be satisfied with it, and it should be what it now is, it may spare all sides what is best spared.
His wife gave him a look which invited him in; and, while he was coming round, added, "Now, dearest Emma, let me intreat you to say and look every thing that may set his heart at ease, and incline him to be satisfied with the match.
While the apology made for Miss Pink stated no more than the plain truth, it must be confessed that Hardyman was right in declining to be satisfied with Isabel's excuse for the melancholy that oppressed her.
I looked frequently at it all that day, and soon perceived that it did not move; so I presently concluded that it was a ship at anchor; and being eager, you may be sure, to be satisfied, I took my gun in my hand, and ran towards the south side of the island to the rocks where I had formerly been carried away by the current; and getting up there, the weather by this time being perfectly clear, I could plainly see, to my great sorrow, the wreck of a ship, cast away in the night upon those concealed rocks which I found when I was out in my boat; and which rocks, as they checked the violence of the stream, and made a kind of counter-stream, or eddy, were the occasion of my recovering from the most desperate, hopeless condition that ever I had been in in all my life.
I accept your limitation," said Van Helsing, "and all I ask of you is that if you feel it necessary to condemn any act of mine, you will first consider it well and be satisfied that it does not violate your reservations.
Public gardens with these types of interpretive planning documents were more likely to be satisfied with their interpretive planning process and the overall quality of interpretation and interpretive signage at their organization than those who did not (Table 3).
Organizations creating these plans were also more likely to be satisfied with their interpretive planning processes and the overall quality of interpretation than those who did not (Table 8).
In addition to being more satisfied with interpretive signage quality, staff from organizations with a team specifically dedicated to interpretation were more likely to be satisfied with the process by which they developed interpretation, clearly define interpretive messages, develop interpretation using core messages or themes, and connect the visitors' interests with their resources (Table 10).