dissatisfaction[ dis-sat-is-fak-shuhn, dis-sat- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissatisfaction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSATISFACTION
Mr. Disraeli offered a resolution of dissatisfaction in the House of Commons.
A vague unrest and dissatisfaction with her Christian experience were growing on her.
Roland, however, thought he was, and his dissatisfaction was becoming unbearable.
The cure for dissatisfaction was to recognize one's balance of good.
Neither Laura nor her husband will have any reason for dissatisfaction.
And wherever there is a weak spot there is trouble and dissatisfaction.
Dissatisfaction of the northern powers with the conduct of England.
Who would think, to look on a scene like this, that the city is seething with dissatisfaction?
And more and more his feelings of dissatisfaction and uneasiness increased.
The cabman returned to his horse's head with a grunt of dissatisfaction.