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dissatisfaction

noun dis·sat·is·fac·tion \(ˌ)di(s)-ˌsa-təs-ˈfak-shən\

: a feeling of unhappiness or disapproval

Full Definition of DISSATISFACTION

:  the quality or state of being dissatisfied :  discontent

Examples of DISSATISFACTION

  1. There was widespread dissatisfaction with the President and his administration.
  2. <a vague dissatisfaction with the state of their marriage, which seemed a little stale>

First Known Use of DISSATISFACTION

circa 1610

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