Definition of fulfillment
1 : the act or process of fulfilling the fulfillment of a promise the fulfillment of all the requirements
2 : the act or process of delivering a product (such as a publication) to a customer the fulfillment of a book order
Examples of fulfillment in a Sentence
her commendably prompt fulfillment of any assignment given her
he saw the entire project through, from initial idea to final fulfillment
Recent Examples of fulfillment from the Web
Amazon's delivery system features large fulfillment centers, where goods ordered by consumers are bundled together and shipped.
Developer Seefried Properties has submitted plans to Orange County for a fulfillment center on Boggy Creek Road and has identified Amazon as the tenant in emails to county officials.
Amazon wants to fill more than 1,000 full-time positions for its new fulfillment center, now under construction at 6925 Riverview Ave.
Amazon.com is opening a second warehouse in Sumner, amid a major global ramp up of its fulfillment operations.
Indeed, Trump’s supporters cheered the decision, which marked the fulfillment both of his campaign promise to scrap the climate accord and his broader pledge to put American interests above all else.
But Mr. Trump’s supporters, particularly coal-state Republicans, have cheered the move, celebrating it as a fulfillment of a signature campaign promise.
Police Captain Thorpe (Rob Huebel) assigns the Olympian to the lifeguard team as a PR stunt, a fulfillment of his community service hours after a mystery plea deal.
Many people in the room are noting the emotional fulfillment that blogging brings to their lives.
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