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Main Entry: fulfillment
Synonyms:
acceptance, accomplished fact, accomplishment, accordance, achievement, acquittal, acquittance, adherence, adjustive reaction, adjustment, attainment, care, carrying out, closure, comfort, completion, compliance, composure, conformance, conformity, consummation, content, contentedness, contentment, culmination, discharge, dispatch, ease, effectuation, enforcement, entire satisfaction, euphoria, execution, fait accompli, fruition, happiness, heed, heeding, implementation, integrated personality, keeping, mission accomplished, observance, observation, peace of mind, perfection, performance, practice, production, prosecution, psychosynthesis, readjustment, realization, reconcilement, reconciliation, rehabilitation, resignation, respect, satisfaction, success, syntonic personality, topping-off, transaction, well-being
 
Main Entry: wish fulfillment
Synonyms:
alienation, ardor, autism, autistic thinking, avoidance mechanism, blame-shifting, compensation, concupiscence, curiosity, decompensation, defense mechanism, dereism, dereistic thinking, desideration, desire, displacement, dissociation, dreamery, drive, eagerness, emotional insulation, escape, escape into fantasy, escape mechanism, escapism, fancy, fantasizing, fantasy, flight, flight of fancy, hope, horme, ideal, idealism, ideality, idealization, imaginative exercise, impracticality, intellectual curiosity, isolation, libido, lust for learning, mind, need, negativism, overcompensation, passion, play of fancy, pleasure, pleasure principle, projection, psychotaxis, quixotism, quixotry, rationalization, resistance, romance, romanticism, sexual desire, sociological adjustive reactions, sublimation, substitution, thirst for knowledge, unpracticalness, unrealism, unreality, urge, utopianism, visionariness, want, wanting, will, will and pleasure, wish-fulfillment fantasy, wish, wishful thinking, withdrawal