Definition of dissatisfied
: expressing or showing lack of satisfaction : not pleased or satisfied dissatisfied customers dissatisfied with his response
Examples of dissatisfied in a Sentence
the store prides itself on never allowing a customer to walk away dissatisfied
Recent Examples of dissatisfied from the Web
Interviews with Trump supporters who attended his campaign rally in Cedar Rapids suggest that many of them are dissatisfied with their health care — and many suspect Trump won’t fully deliver on his promises.
The story is told in 117 brief episodes from the perspective of Mrs. Bridge, who is dissatisfied with her mundane life.
In the end, though, almost everyone was left dissatisfied and disappointed.
Though Ben and Anna share the spotlight, the film’s emotional locus is Anna, who, of the two, is the most troubled and dissatisfied and is the most in touch with her grief and disappointment.
No poker room is within 35 miles or so of the King’s Court facility, which expects to draw patrons from Homestead, Kendall, and those dissatisfied with Miccosukee Resort & Gaming.
A growing number of Americans claim they're dissatisfied with their jobs.
A quiet land surveyor, dissatisfied with his home life, takes a mysterious job in an isolated, unnamed Irish forest steeped in myth and legend.
But Mr. Spicer denied that the president was dissatisfied with his staff.
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DISSATISFIED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dissatisfied for English Language Learners
: not happy or pleased
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