unsatisfying

[ US /ənˈsætɪsˌfaɪɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈætɪsfˌa‍ɪɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not up to expectations
    a disappointing performance from one who had seemed so promising
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How To Use unsatisfying In A Sentence

  • So it was a convoluted, unsatisfying way to go up. Times, Sunday Times
  • The patchworked results are watchable, particularly Wayne's more versatile than usual performance, but unsatisfying.
  • Yet the question can be turned the other way: the pursuit of contextual meaning is as unsatisfying as that of textual purity. The Times Literary Supplement
  • She experimented with acrylics, found them unsatisfying, and returned to oils. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • He had years of brief, unsatisfying relationships and even briefer flings to prove it.
  • In truth, the revolution in military affairs debate remains unsatisfying.
  • These intuitionist approaches, whether at the level of specific precepts or general principles, are not only theoretically unsatisfying, but are also quite unhelpful in practical matters.
  • ‘Bitten by the Tail Fly’ is probably the most unaccommodating track, its disjointed nature incorporating new wave and whispered poetry is an intriguing, but ultimately unsatisfying effort.
  • Only the overly dense basil sauce, doused on basil linguine, and a creamy pea soup that's bizarrely addictive but oddly unsatisfying feel like miscalculated appetizers.
  • Unlike in the movies, this commencement was long, boring and very unsatisfying.
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