dissatisfied

[dis-sat-is-fahyd]
adjective
1.
not satisfied or pleased; discontented.
2.
showing dissatisfaction: a dissatisfied look.

Origin:
1665–75; dissatisfy + -ed2

dissatisfiedly, adverb
dissatisfiedness, noun
self-dissatisfied, adjective


displeased, unhappy, disgruntled.
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dissatisfy

[dis-sat-is-fahy]
verb (used with object), dissatisfied, dissatisfying.
to cause to be displeased, especially by failing to provide something expected or desired.

Origin:
1660–70; dis-1 + satisfy

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dissatisfied (dɪsˈsætɪsˌfaɪd)
 
adj
having or showing dissatisfaction; discontented
 
dis'satisfiedly
 
adv

dissatisfy (dɪsˈsætɪsˌfaɪ)
 
vb , -fies, -fying, -fied
(tr) to fail to satisfy; disappoint

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dissatisfied
1670s, pp. adj. from dissatisfy (1660s), from dis- + satisfy.
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Example sentences
The courses also attract people worried about side effects of pills or
  dissatisfied with the inconvenience of other methods.
Dissatisfied customers and a culture of copying created an ideal environment
  for file-sharing to grow.
They are the seekers, the adventurers, the people dissatisfied with things as
  they are.
Many of the dissatisfied bloggers are also rejected entrants.
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