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1. To my immense gratification, he fell into the trap.
2. His son's success was a great gratification to him.
3. Much to my gratification, my work got a special mention in her speech.
4. "Gratification" and "gratitude" have the same etymological root.
5. A feed will usually provide instant gratification to a crying baby.
6. This individual is concerned only with instant gratification.
7. The message is: we want instant gratification,[Sentence dictionary] but we don't think any of you can deliver it.
8. Everyone knows there is, ahem, gratification galore to be had upon its arrival.
9. Many ticket buyers want instant gratification.
10. It is our need for possession and instant gratification which we pursue with such intensity, whatever the costs.
11. They were masters at delayed gratification.
12. Forbes is purchasing the same instant gratification at the advice of Carter Wrenn, a media warrior from Sen.
13. Gratification opened to him like a regained paradise.
14. Kitchen travail was for reward; now you get gratification without labour.
15. He felt an enormous sense of gratification mixed with affection for his two foster parents.
16. The individual gains no narcissistic gratification from his ego ideal.
17. We live in a society where instant gratification is the norm.
18. She thinks that young people today are becoming increasingly selfish, and worship at the shrine of individual happiness and gratification.
19. The very things that in the moment dampen our moods can later be sources of intense gratification and delight.
20. The old ethic of hard work has given way to a new ethic of instant gratification.
21. He is waiting for them to recognise him and eventually they do, much to his gratification.
22. This rather unusual pecking instinct seems to ensure constant gratification for the male.
23. Life can be miserable if you are possessed by and obsessed with immediate gratification. Dr T.P.Chia
24. South Florida now knows better. It takes a lot more work than this for instant gratification.
25. If we give to personally known recipients, we experience gratification while they experience obligation.
26. I can do what she wants to do and have the gratification of helping her accomplish things.
27. It takes a lot more work than this for instant gratification.
28. It is the suffering of ambivalence: the murderous alternation between bitter resentment and raw-edged nerves and blissful gratification and tenderness.
29. It is of the nature of desire not to be satisfied, and most men live only for the gratification of it. Aristotle
30. They committed themselves to this last year in the spirit of delayed gratification.
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