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[ UK /dɪsˈætɪsfˌa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /dɪˈsætəsˌfaɪd/ ]
  1. in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
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How To Use dissatisfied In A Sentence

  • Handling complaints well can turn a dissatisfied customer into a loyal one.
  • She seems happy, but it leaves me feeling dissatisfied. Times, Sunday Times
  • I find lots of other partners but feel dissatisfied and guilty afterwards. The Sun
  • I would be curious to know whether composers who work with just intonation came to it through diatonicism and then realized how cool it would be to adapt it to chromaticism, or whether they were chromatic from the start and just continually dissatisfied with the equal-tempered results. Arguments, agreements, advice, answers, articulate announcements
  • She's very dissatisfied with her current job.
  • Flash forward forty years, and the buddies are in dissatisfied retirement when fate comes knocking. Surprise Party
  • We have known a foreigner, dissatisfied with the slow progress of his carpenters in lathing, accomplish while they were eating their dinner as much work as all four of them had done in half a day.
  • The second reason why I was dissatisfied with the parentical analysis is that it does not seem to apply to many of these so-called pushdown clauses. On who(m)ever
  • I have faith in democratically elected officials as I know I can always vote again if dissatisfied.
  • The shareholder also said he was dissatisfied with how the costs of about 200 billion yen ($US2. 23 billion) related to the latest recalls dented the company's profits in the fiscal year ended March. Toyoda Meets With Shareholders
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