unfulfilled

[ UK /ʌnfʊlfˈɪld/ ]
[ US /ˌənfʊɫˈfɪɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of persons; marked by failure to realize full potentialities
    unfulfilled and uneasy men
    unrealized dreams and ambitions
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How To Use unfulfilled In A Sentence

  • Curiously, her mother never saw it either and died at a ripe old age with that particular ambition unfulfilled.
  • She was determined to prove she was no seven-day wonder whose promise would remain unfulfilled.
  • Yet I feel a deep sense of being unfulfilled. Times, Sunday Times
  • Having asked only a handful of the questions I had planned, I felt disappointed, unsatisfied and unfulfilled.
  • Do you FEEL unsatisfied or unfulfilled with any area of your life or business?
  • If your Xbox 360 avatar appears unfulfilled despite a virtual closet packed with game-related paraph ... *Shacknews* Games
  • She was determined to prove she was no seven-day wonder whose promise would remain unfulfilled.
  • Unfulfilled potential is about as useful as a canal with no water in it.
  • Then I thought some more about the emotions brought about by an unfulfilled dream.
  • He felt unfulfilled but his life wasn't a failure. Times, Sunday Times
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