dissatisfied vs unsatisfied

dissatisfied unsatisfied


  • 1) Feeling or displaying disappointment or a lack of contentment
  • 2) Not satisfied (with the quality of something)
  • 3) Feeling or exhibiting a lack of contentment or satisfaction.
  • 4) in a state of sulky dissatisfaction.
  • 5) in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
  • 6) Simple past tense and past participle of dissatisfy.
  • 7) Discontented; not satisfied; not pleased; offended.
  • 8) Arising from or manifesting dissatisfaction: as, a dissatisfied look.


  • 1) Not satisfied, especially with the quantity of something
  • 2) not having been satisfied
  • 3) worried and uneasy


  • 1) We hear so many people admitting to feeling deeply dissatisfied.
  • 2) If dissatisfied please return goods within fourteen days of receipt for a full refund.
  • 3) Then of course you go back to the properties you can afford and feel dissatisfied with them.
  • 4) If dissatisfied return unused within 7 days for a full refund minus postage and express delivery charges.
  • 5) She seems happy, but it leaves me feeling dissatisfied.
  • 6) If dissatisfied return unused within 7 days for a full refund.
  • 7) If dissatisfied return unused within 7 days for a full refund minus express delivery charges.
  • 8) I guess you could say seekers are people who become increasingly dissatisfied with the old way.
  • 9) I find lots of other partners but feel dissatisfied and guilty afterwards.
  • 10) Now, the urgency of his need for you is less evident and that leaves you feeling vaguely dissatisfied.
  • 11) Many have found this change an unhappy one, and feel dissatisfied with what they consider is a reduced role.
  • 12) I parted from my husband a year ago after feeling dissatisfied and unhappy during the time we were together.
  • 13) People in jobs that force them to hide their true selves are likely to become dissatisfied and unhappy, he says.
  • 14) Managers returning from holiday feel low and dissatisfied with their lot, which often tempts them to look for a better job.
  • 15) Then, restless and dissatisfied, she decided to escape.
  • 16) If dissatisfied, return within 7 days for a full refund minus postage.
  • 17) If dissatisfied, return within 7 days for a full refund minus express delivery.
  • 18) If dissatisfied, return goods unused within 7 days for a full refund minus express delivery.
  • 19) Flash forward forty years, and the buddies are in dissatisfied retirement when fate comes knocking.
  • 20) Many of the landless farm labourers and even the low-salaried and embittered middle class men will remain dissatisfied by the reforms of the Government, because these reforms are running short of the irresponsible Nazi promises.
  • 21) Until recently, Americans felt that it was un-American to complain and management exploited this lingering bit of puritan sentiment by labeling dissatisfied customers and clients “troublemakers.”
  • 22) "But when you start giving me that high of a proportion of people dissatisfied, that is something we need to pay attention to," Lasley said.
  • 23) I do not believe a referendum on whether we are satisfied as a nation with the European Constitution need lead - in the event that 'we' declare ourselves to be 'dissatisfied' - to our leaving the Federated States of Europe.
  • 24) ‘Our job was to listen to dissatisfied customers, list their complaints and then inform them that there was absolutely nothing we could do.’
  • 25) ‘On a premier course, a substandard product will result in dissatisfied customers who will leave.’
  • 26) ‘All this practice breeds is confusion, inefficiency and dissatisfied customers.’
  • 27) ‘Estimates vary, but it is reckoned that on average, a dissatisfied customer tells between five and ten people of their bad purchase.’
  • 28) ‘Handling complaints well can turn a dissatisfied customer into a loyal one.’
  • 29) ‘The company is also accused of refusing to accept goods back from dissatisfied customers.’
  • 30) ‘His wife is a supermarket cashier, increasingly dissatisfied and angry with her lot.’
  • 31) ‘A good reputation can be severely dented by a dissatisfied cleaner or by a disgruntled customer.’
  • 32) ‘You may reduce your total receipts by compensation that you pay to the dissatisfied customer but only up to the amount that the customer had paid you.’
  • 33) ‘Pundits say he stole most of his votes from dissatisfied separatists who believe their party lost its leftist ideals.’
  • 34) ‘I have faith in democratically elected officials as I know I can always vote again if dissatisfied.’
  • 35) ‘Brown's writing style is distinctly unchallenging and that means that the book can leave you somewhat dissatisfied.’
  • 36) ‘A coach can ride out a grumpy administration, dissatisfied fans or damaging headlines.’
  • 37) ‘The dissatisfied mass of the people has only two options: resignation or violence.’
  • 38) ‘An information pack for dissatisfied clients has also been produced.’
  • 39) ‘Thus, I am forced to the major recourse left for a dissatisfied consumer: not buying from them again.’
  • 40) ‘Disaffected, dissatisfied adolescents are being kept away from the adult world for too long.’
  • 41) ‘One of our key things is that we must deliver every single time, as you can't have a dissatisfied client.’
  • 42) ‘Teaching and learning will be increasingly important - not least because dissatisfied students may go elsewhere.’
  • 43) ‘Was it just a random robbery gone bad, or did the victim's former lover, or perhaps a dissatisfied client, do the deed?’


  • 1) Remember that a smile and a gentle voice are powerful tools to apply when dealing with mean or unsatisfied people.
  • 2) The audience does not leave unsatisfied.
  • 3) If you are still unsatisfied, you can refer the matter to the ombudsman.
  • 4) If you remain unsatisfied, ask for a formal review.
  • 5) This behaviour was an acting out of his unsatisfied infantile need for physical contact with his hard-pressed mother.
  • 6) The unsatisfied need for kindness and sympathy - that is what's hard to bear.
  • 7) Not being able to find what they want, people buy something else, and their needs remain partially unsatisfied.
  • 8) I think it's because people feel so unsatisfied, they want something more.
  • 9) She begins to feel that needs can be met, that unsatisfied needs are not bad, and that she is not bad for having them.
  • 10) ‘What they fear is precisely the frustration of their unsatisfied desires.’
  • 11) ‘I'm also frightened to work on the ‘front-line’ with angry, unsatisfied patients.’
  • 12) ‘There are no false positions, no important omissions, no unsatisfied desires.’
  • 13) ‘So what is the way out of this cul-de-sac of unsatisfied feelings and frustration?’
  • 14) ‘Ronaldo provides a lot of the touching and teasing but sometimes his final spurt leaves fans frustrated and unsatisfied.’
  • 15) ‘Do you FEEL unsatisfied or unfulfilled with any area of your life or business?’
  • 16) ‘It had never been love, only an unsatisfied desire, which made it worse.’
  • 17) ‘The French papers were also unsatisfied with the report.’
  • 18) ‘Sally Feldman is unsatisfied by Forster's cast of vague characters’
  • 19) ‘Once the war was ended, in 1945, a number of businessmen thought that it ought to be possible to exploit this unsatisfied demand.’
  • 20) ‘Back in the UK, my curiosity unsatisfied, I decide to educate myself.’
  • 21) ‘I did email them and was very unsatisfied with the outcome.’
  • 22) ‘Also, anyone wanting the essential information about a person's background will normally emerge unsatisfied.’
  • 23) ‘If we don't finish something, we feel unsatisfied and unmotivated.’
  • 24) ‘Two electricians were eventually found guilty of arson, though even the judges were unsatisfied with the outcome.’
  • 25) ‘She was a talented artist, but was unsatisfied with her own work.’
  • 26) ‘But perhaps it's this lack of cohesion which leaves the reader unsatisfied.’
  • 27) ‘I would rather remain with my unavenged suffering and unsatisfied indignation, even if I were wrong.’
  • 28) ‘If we have unsatisfied customers who tell other people about their bad experience, it puts off our future trade.’
  • 29) ‘They still appear to be unsatisfied that Barnes's departure will cure the malaise which affects the club.’

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