use satisfactorily in a sentence.
Nothing is ever solved completely, only satisfactorily.
Only serially: the concurrent case has still not been handeled satisfactorily.
No one has ever satisfactorily explained to me how the government can "invest" in something.
The China Syndrome followed closely by the TMI incident, the wastes problem was never satisfactorily solved either.
It should do him a lot of good if there is knowledge in the industry that this company is posting fraudulent charges and not resolving consumer complaints satisfactorily.
The point is that that worry was never satisfactorily substantiated, so we have to look for other reasons why they wanted us to pull the post.
Maybe I'm just locked into an old model, but I still haven't found anything or anyone who has actually been able to satisfactorily explain why they believe this to be the case, beyond "Because it will be!
I've run a Jekyll site from S3 with no difficulty, at a satisfactorily low hosting cost.
According to the article they had contact with Apple over this guideline, and successfully argued their service was satisfactorily different.
I assume this is based on a real student whom she interviewed, and that he was unable to satisfactorily justify his belief system when challenged on it.
You know, this is a legitimate question that I don't think has been satisfactorily answered thus far: there have been the numerical analyses about 'successes' which was skewed towards 'success' because there were a lot of YC companies bought out (such as reddit), but are they profitable even for the company that bought them?
It's easier to answer this once you've satisfactorily defined security, which will allow you to qualify "enough".