Feeling or exhibiting a lack of contentment or satisfaction.(adjective)
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Use "dissatisfied" in a sentence
"Flash forward forty years, and the buddies are in dissatisfied retirement when fate comes knocking."
"Many of the landless farm labourers and even the low-salaried and embittered middle class men will remain dissatisfied by the reforms of the Government, because these reforms are running short of the irresponsible Nazi promises."
"Until recently, Americans felt that it was un-American to complain and management exploited this lingering bit of puritan sentiment by labeling dissatisfied customers and clients “troublemakers.”"