unsatisfactorily

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The epic ends as unsatisfactorily as the Book of Job or Ecclesiastes.

I lounged about the streets, insufficiently and unsatisfactorily fed.

The history of the first ocean-steamer is very incompletely and unsatisfactorily told in the annals of the time.

But while Lady Macbeth had been played before an unsatisfactorily filled house, the one to-day was packed.

I know that I have lounged about the streets, insufficiently and unsatisfactorily fed.

It is generally accurate in facts but written in an unsatisfactorily eulogistic vein.

The problem is solved, unsatisfactorily in most cases, in various ways by different growers.

"Thanks, sir—yes," answered the General, looking as unsatisfactorily as before.

It is a brief chronicle of the subject; many will feel it to be unsatisfactorily slight.

Still he remained firm, and the second conference ended as unsatisfactorily as the first had done.

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