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Not satisfied.‘the compromise left all sides unsatisfied’
discontented, malcontent, disappointed, disaffected, disquieted, unhappyView synonyms
- ‘I would rather remain with my unavenged suffering and unsatisfied indignation, even if I were wrong.’
- ‘So what is the way out of this cul-de-sac of unsatisfied feelings and frustration?’
- ‘They still appear to be unsatisfied that Barnes's departure will cure the malaise which affects the club.’
- ‘I did email them and was very unsatisfied with the outcome.’
- ‘There are no false positions, no important omissions, no unsatisfied desires.’
- ‘Do you FEEL unsatisfied or unfulfilled with any area of your life or business?’
- ‘I'm also frightened to work on the ‘front-line’ with angry, unsatisfied patients.’
- ‘It had never been love, only an unsatisfied desire, which made it worse.’
- ‘But perhaps it's this lack of cohesion which leaves the reader unsatisfied.’
- ‘If we don't finish something, we feel unsatisfied and unmotivated.’
- ‘Sally Feldman is unsatisfied by Forster's cast of vague characters’
- ‘Once the war was ended, in 1945, a number of businessmen thought that it ought to be possible to exploit this unsatisfied demand.’
- ‘Back in the UK, my curiosity unsatisfied, I decide to educate myself.’
- ‘Also, anyone wanting the essential information about a person's background will normally emerge unsatisfied.’
- ‘If we have unsatisfied customers who tell other people about their bad experience, it puts off our future trade.’
- ‘The French papers were also unsatisfied with the report.’
- ‘What they fear is precisely the frustration of their unsatisfied desires.’
- ‘Ronaldo provides a lot of the touching and teasing but sometimes his final spurt leaves fans frustrated and unsatisfied.’
- ‘She was a talented artist, but was unsatisfied with her own work.’
- ‘Two electricians were eventually found guilty of arson, though even the judges were unsatisfied with the outcome.’
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