The condition or feeling of being displeased or unsatisfied; discontent.(noun)
A cause of discontent.(noun)
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Use "dissatisfaction" in a sentence
"Jackson went public with her label dissatisfaction in June, when said; "I'm trying to figure out a way to say this, but just to say it and to be quite honest, they (label bosses) just stopped all promotion whatsoever on the album, so I don't think you're going to hear another single off this album.""
"I can see why Mexican diplomats are “dissatisfied”, but this dissatisfaction is absolutely useless in protecting the lives of the people."
"According to the Pew report based on polling conducted in March and April, the dissatisfaction is due to what it called a "perfect storm of conditions associated with distrust of government - a dismal economy, an unhappy public, bitter partisan-based backlash, and epic discontent with Congress and elected officials.""