- disruptive discharge,
Origin of dissatisfied
verb (used with object), dis·sat·is·fied, dis·sat·is·fy·ing.
Origin of dissatisfy
Examples from the Web for dissatisfied
Dissatisfied within their respective lives, their shared goal is the search for meaning, in anything.In a New Novel, Apathetic Teenagers Usher in the Apocalypse|Elliot Ackerman|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Meanwhile on the streets, dissatisfied Nigerians are hoisting signs reading, “Please Find Our Daughters” and “Can Anyone Hear Me?”A Hashtag May Help Rescue Jihadi-Enslaved Nigerian Schoolgirls|Nina Strochlic|May 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I found it satisfying too, but I was dissatisfied that I was satisfied.
And public opinion is not where it was in the dissatisfied days of 2010.
The GOP leadership is already losing control of its restless, dissatisfied caucus.
This gentleman was a trustee, and seems to have been dissatisfied with being one merely in name.A History of Banks for Savings in Great Britain and Ireland|William Lewins
The Guardian of the Gates looked surprised, and shook his head as if dissatisfied with the reply.The Marvellous Land of Oz|L. Frank Baum
The King of England, dissatisfied at this repulse, inclined once more to the side of Spain.The Thirty Years' War|Samuel Rawson Gardiner
She said she had gone out to telephone about another position, as she was dissatisfied.Sight Unseen|Mary Roberts Rinehart
He adds that Lowe, being sent to Rome by the patronage of the Academy, was dissatisfied with the sum allowed him.Life Of Johnson, Volume 4 (of 6)|Boswell