dissatisfy[ dis-sat-is-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissatisfy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSATISFY
I hope I've done nothing to dissatisfy any of the tenants, least of all you, sir.
Mr. Pope had reason to be dissatisfy'd with the O in the second Line, and to reject it; for Homer has nothing of it.
To an Arab Sheik, loudest in importunity, he said: "What has happened since yesterday to dissatisfy thee with life?"
Peter, very soon after our engagement you began to dissatisfy me because I realized that I should never satisfy you.
The alarming way that each one did not throw away what was taken away did not dissatisfy every one.
They always embarrass those who give them, and dissatisfy those who receive them.