wish-fulfilment NOUN the satisfying of wishes or desires in dreams or fantasies.

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  • wish fulfilment — /ˌwɪʃ fʊlˈfɪlmənt/ (say .wish fool filmuhnt) noun (in psychology) the satisfaction of conscious or unconscious desires, especially through realistic or symbolic gratification in dreams …  

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  • fulfilment — BrE, fulfillment AmE noun (U) 1 the feeling of being satisfied, especially in your job, because you are using all your skills and qualities : sense/feeling of fulfilment: Being responsible for so many people gave her a tremendous sense of… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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