Recent Examples of unsatisfied from the Web
The criticism of Comey began immediately after his firing, when White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed to have personally heard from many unsatisfied FBI agents about low morale at the bureau.
Google’s refunds amount to only a fraction of the cost of the ads served to invalid traffic, which has left some advertising executives unsatisfied, CMO Today reports.
However, long before LIGO, some physicists were unsatisfied with dark matter and devised other theories that sought to explain what astronomers see.
That explanation left many Democrats unsatisfied and is unlikely to put to an end demands for detailed accounts of those conversations.
The group has gone through a number of transformations, starting out in 2014 as a group of unsatisfied superstars hell-bent on taking the success they’d been denied.
Likely unsatisfied with his offense’s debut drive, Covington Catholic senior defensive back took matters into his own hands, interception Beechwood quarterback Brayden Burch’s pass and taking it for six just two plays into the ensuing drive.
Never let it be said that David Lynch leaves his audiences unsatisfied.
President Trump’s silence early on Saturday, and then his eventual statements have left many unsatisfied with him and the White House.
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First Known Use of unsatisfied
UNSATISFIED Defined for Kids
Definition of unsatisfied for Students
- an unsatisfied ambition
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