satisfied

[sat-is-fahyd]
adjective
1.
content: a satisfied look.
2.
completely paid, as a bill.
3.
convinced, as in an argument: Their opponents were finally satisfied.

Origin:
1565–75; satisfy + -ed2

quasi-satisfied, adjective
unsatisfied, adjective
well-satisfied, adjective
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unsatisfied (ʌnˈsætɪsˌfaɪd)
 
adj
(of a person, demand, need, etc) not satisfied or fulfilled: an unsatisfied demand for fresh fruit

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Word Origin & History

unsatisfied
c.1430, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of satisfy. Unsatisfactory is attested from 1637.

satisfied
1816, from satisfy.
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Example sentences
But this criterion somehow leaves deeply unsatisfied.
Maybe you are unsatisfied by oversimplifications in the product itself.
Plastic surgeons and derms target the unsatisfied tattooed as a good cash-basis
  business for obvious and understandable reasons.
Turns out, there are other parents feeling unsatisfied by the same old
  playground equipment.
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