Gratify in a sentence

use Gratify in a sentence

gratify;

[verb] to make happy, to please or satisfy;

No-one should use the privilege of rank to gratify personal desires.

Does it gratify their egos to undermine our business like this?

We, in the Court of Appeal, were gratified by this result.

At first my travels were undertaken solely to gratify my own curiosity.

The reality failed to gratify his exaggerated desires.

All human behavior is designed by the individual to gratify felt needs, conscious or unconscious in nature.

[verb] to provide or give what is wanted or demanded;

I have nothing to do, and will try to gratify your wish.

No amount of coal could gratify industry’s insatiable appetite.

It is not the student’s role to gratify the politician; it is the politician’s role to provide educational opportunities to the children.