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feel a glow of happiness

 and feel a glow of contentment; feel a glow of satisfaction; feel a glow of peacefulness
Fig. to have a good feeling of some kind. Anne felt a glow of happiness as she held her new baby. Sitting by the lake, the lovers felt a warm glow of contentment.
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Or lastly (which experience seems to make probable), have we a satisfaction in aggrandizing our families, even though we have not the least love or respect for them?
But it has not the same power as a primary desire of bringing thorough satisfaction when it is realized; so long as the primary desire remains unsatisfied, restlessness continues in spite of the secondary desire's success.
But it is found that a considerable portion of the satisfaction which these things would bring us if they were realized is to be achieved by the much easier operation of believing that they are or will be realized.
With all the condescension of an elder brother he sometimes explained to him the true import of things, but he derived little satisfaction from arguing with him because he got the better of him too easily.
While Vision Plan Coverage and Cost Are the Primary Drivers of Overall Customer Satisfaction, Communications Also Has Substantial Impact
Learners' attitudes were related to their course satisfaction, and their attitudes significantly predicted course satisfaction.
Subsequently, CMS altered its culture change parameters to include resident and staff satisfaction and reduced CNA turnover.
Some retirees who have experienced a high level of satisfaction in their preretirement work continue working part-time for their preretirement employer or seek similar employment from a new employer.
When properly collected and analyzed, patient satisfaction data can offer huge rewards in both the clinical and business aspects of your practice.
Satisfaction atonement has been the predominant atonement image of the present time as well as for much of the past millennium.
We had some people from Harvard talk to us about the correlation between employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction," says James E.
Experts suggest that discussions continue regarding issues surrounding increased consumer involvement in service planning and how to more effectively use satisfaction research information in planning efforts (Bativia & DeJong, 1991; Fawcett, 1991; Kosciulek, Rosenthal, Vessell, Accardo & Mertz, 1997; Stubbins, 1984).
Power and Associates customer sales satisfaction index, recovering from a slip to sixth place in 1999.
one SMGP specializing in back trauma discovered, through patient satisfaction results, that they should consider replacing soft sofas in their waiting room area with lumbar support furniture conducive to surgery patients
Loan officers indicated their confidence or satisfaction on an 11-point scale with 0 representing no confidence or satisfaction and 10 representing extreme confidence or satisfaction.