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Use "dissatisfactory" in a sentence
"Hill said he came to listen after receiving a mass mailing from the campaign, with hopes that Huntsman would be an alternative in what he called a "dissatisfactory field.""
"The key case in point is her other close friend, Andrew, a man she met first at university, shortly before she met Molly, and who has managed to evolve beyond a dissatisfactory childhood to become a renowned art critic with a television show."
"Juergen Stark, a member of the central bank's executive board, said that inflation in the euro zone is a reason for "special concern" and "a very dissatisfactory affair," and that there is no credit crunch in the euro zone."