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Providing satisfaction; gratifying:‘skiing can be hugely rewarding’
satisfying, gratifying, pleasing, fulfilling, enriching, edifying, beneficial, illuminating, informative, worthwhile, advantageous, productive, fruitful, valuableView synonyms
- ‘This is a complex exhibition, but persevere and you are in for a rewarding and enriching experience.’
- ‘All those participating have found it a rewarding and enriching experience.’
- ‘He thinks it is just as important to give his pupils a rich and rewarding experience during their six or seven years at the school.’
- ‘I had such a rewarding and fulfilling experience and loved the children.’
- ‘As always, the social side of the event will be a key factor in ensuring that visitors to the region have a rewarding holiday experience.’
- ‘Developing and running this game has been a rewarding and enriching experience.’
- ‘The fact is that it can be, and mostly is, a remarkably rewarding and fulfilling experience, for both sides.’
- ‘Informal social relations may offer significant and rewarding benefits to individuals.’
- ‘Not content with simply having a restful and rewarding experience, I was still curious to find out just how good I was.’
- ‘We promise a rich, fulfilling and rewarding experience for those who visit Fun Republic.’
- ‘It tends to be a rewarding experience, too, for he radiates positive energy.’
- ‘There are techniques that you can utilize, to make your visit to the grocery store a more rewarding experience.’
- ‘A visit to the Chapel of Adoration in Abbeyleix last week was a unique and rewarding experience.’
- ‘This is a most satisfying and rewarding way to pass an evening and you'd be helping someone achieve his goals too.’
- ‘It has been an interesting and rewarding experience and one which I believe has been of benefit to all concerned.’
- ‘Flight Lieutenant Batic said after a very satisfying and rewarding flying career, he opted for a whole new challenge.’
- ‘This has been a quite fantastically rewarding experience.’
- ‘Do you think that architecture can offer a rewarding haptic experience?’
- ‘I don't doubt for a moment that it will be a rewarding experience.’
- ‘It's been very demanding and has taken a lot of my time but it has been very rewarding and particularly satisfying.’
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