dissatisfied[ dis-sat-is-fahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissatisfied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSATISFIED
Auntie, dear, the trip has made me more restless and dissatisfied than ever.
A lieutenant wrote to him to say that he was dissatisfied with his captain.
Nelson was dissatisfied with himself, and therefore weary of the world.
He was pleasant, but no good at conversation, and he had a dreamy, dissatisfied look.
And so I stay at home, dissatisfied with myself, with every one else and with everything.
But is it not just with ordinary things you are dissatisfied?
For the first time he was dissatisfied with the expressions that nature dictated.
I am charged with being "dissatisfied with every thing, and abusing every body."
If He is dissatisfied, the commendation of the many is as froth.
And did not this show that we were dissatisfied with the poets?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISSATISFIED
- easily offended
- out of humor
- huffy irascible
- out of sorts peevish
- thin-skinned touchy