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dissatisfy

dissatisfy

verb dis·sat·is·fy \-ˌfī\

: to fail to make (someone) happy or pleased

Full Definition of DISSATISFY

transitive verb
:  to fail to satisfy :  displease

Examples of DISSATISFY

  1. She was dissatisfied by the poor service.
  2. <a restaurant serving portions that will not dissatisfy even the heartiest eater>

First Known Use of DISSATISFY

1666

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