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Not content or happy with something:‘his parents are dissatisfied with the quality of tuition on offer’‘dissatisfied customers’
discontented, malcontent, unsatisfied, disappointed, disaffected, disquieted, unhappydisgruntled, aggrieved, frustrated, vexed, annoyed, irritated, angry, angered, exasperated, fed up, resentfulrestless, restive, disapproving, displeased, unfulfilled, regretfulcheesed off, browned offbrassed off, not best pleasedpissed offView synonyms
- ‘The company is also accused of refusing to accept goods back from dissatisfied customers.’
- ‘Was it just a random robbery gone bad, or did the victim's former lover, or perhaps a dissatisfied client, do the deed?’
- ‘Thus, I am forced to the major recourse left for a dissatisfied consumer: not buying from them again.’
- ‘One of our key things is that we must deliver every single time, as you can't have a dissatisfied client.’
- ‘Handling complaints well can turn a dissatisfied customer into a loyal one.’
- ‘Teaching and learning will be increasingly important - not least because dissatisfied students may go elsewhere.’
- ‘An information pack for dissatisfied clients has also been produced.’
- ‘All this practice breeds is confusion, inefficiency and dissatisfied customers.’
- ‘Pundits say he stole most of his votes from dissatisfied separatists who believe their party lost its leftist ideals.’
- ‘The dissatisfied mass of the people has only two options: resignation or violence.’
- ‘A good reputation can be severely dented by a dissatisfied cleaner or by a disgruntled customer.’
- ‘His wife is a supermarket cashier, increasingly dissatisfied and angry with her lot.’
- ‘A coach can ride out a grumpy administration, dissatisfied fans or damaging headlines.’
- ‘On a premier course, a substandard product will result in dissatisfied customers who will leave.’
- ‘Estimates vary, but it is reckoned that on average, a dissatisfied customer tells between five and ten people of their bad purchase.’
- ‘Brown's writing style is distinctly unchallenging and that means that the book can leave you somewhat dissatisfied.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘Disaffected, dissatisfied adolescents are being kept away from the adult world for too long.’
- ‘I have faith in democratically elected officials as I know I can always vote again if dissatisfied.’
- ‘Our job was to listen to dissatisfied customers, list their complaints and then inform them that there was absolutely nothing we could do.’
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