The refugees of '56 might take satisfaction from all this.
Parents assume that fine teachers merely take satisfaction in a job well done.
Not the sort one can take satisfaction in charging, of course.
"And he can take satisfaction in having done the right thing."
The rest of you can take satisfaction in the fact that at least it isn't very long.
She, of all people, should not witness or take satisfaction in my grief.
So he developed his passing game, and learned to take great satisfaction from it.
He took satisfaction from having done his job with reasonable competence.
That is something in which we should take great satisfaction.
And yet I can take only minimal satisfaction from being of help now.