sat·is·fy vt -fied, -fy·ing1 a: to carry out the terms or obligation of (as by payment of money)refused to satisfy the judgment against hersatisfy a condition precedent; broadly: to cause to be discharged, settled, or paidsought to satisfy his claim against the debtorb: to meet an obligation tosatisfy a creditor2: to convince by argument or evidence3: to conform to
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
arrange a settlement, carry into execution, carry out, clear, compensate, fulfill an obligation, make compensation, make good, make payment, meet an obligation, pay, pay in full, pay off, pay up, recompense, reimburse, remit, remunerate, render, repay, requite, settle, settle accounts, tender
associated concepts: satisfy a debt, satisfy a judgment
answer the purpose, appease, avail, be agreeable, be sufficient, carry out, comply with, conform to, content, fill, fit, gratify, meet requirements, please, prove acceptable, qualify, quench, sate, satiate, serve the purpose, set at ease, slake, suffice, suit, surfeit
associated concepts: satisfy to a moral certainty
assuage, assure (give confidence to), compensate (remunerate), comply, contribute (indemnify), convince, disarm (set at ease), discharge (pay a debt), fulfill, keep (fulfill), liquidate (determine liability), obey, observe (obey), pacify, pander, pay, perform (adhere to), placate, propitiate, reassure, recoup (reimburse), redeem (satisfy debts), redress, refund, reimburse, remedy, remit (send payment), remunerate, repay, restore (return), return (refund), supply, vouchsafe
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006