gratify (one's) desires

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gratify (one's) desires

euphemism To have sex with someone. If he didn't come home last night, I bet it's because that hot chick he met at the bar gratified his desires, if you know what I mean.
See also: desire
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Nay, some undertake suits, with a full purpose to let them fall; to the end to gratify the adverse party, or competitor.
"Capitally reasoned, Porthos - only a man must have a fortune like yours to gratify such whims.
Jesus' motive in performing his miracles was to strengthen faith that already existed and not to dazzle anyone; he never performed miracles to gratify anyone's ego or shock anyone into belief.
Irish's site suggests that a few egos in technology markets have been inflated too, and, with frequent voice-overs parroting yesteryear's optimistic predictions regarding the Web-based market, this project should gratify any visitors who still have it in them to snicker at the rapidly deflating bubble economy.