dissatisfied dissatisfied /dɪs ˈæ təs ˌfaɪd/
- (adj) in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
- (v) fail to satisfy
- It leaves one feeling restless and dissatisfied.
- He stayed in, but grew increasingly dissatisfied with City's predictable mixture of entertainment listings and windy anti-Establishment articles.
- Parshall is dissatisfied with a lot of what government does.
- A photo of a man who was allegedly overheard bragging about cheating on his wife went viral on Facebook earlier this week. The Internet said, “Awesome!” A woman sick of receiving unsolicited photos of genitals from online suitors forwarded a “junk shot” to the mother of the man who sent it. The Internet said, “Super awesome!” A Dunkin Donuts customer, dissatisfied that she didn’t receive a recei ...on June 13, 2013 Source: NBC NEWS
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- "Many Americans are understandably dissatisfied," Hamilton said later at a news conference that marked the formal release of the results of the commission's eight-month labors.on Dec 6, 2006 By: Lee Hamilton Source: Guardian Unlimited
- "I'm a little bit dissatisfied but I can only beat what's in front of me," Froch, who is now undefeated in 26 fights with 20 knockouts, told BBC Radio 5 live.on Oct 18, 2009 By: Carl Froch Source: Clubcall
- She said: "You know how you have these moments of feeling dissatisfied and you think, 'What would make my life better?'. Well, I've yet to go, 'Aha, that's it: a child!'on Jul 7, 2010 By: Cameron Diaz Source: Naanoo.com