[ uhn-foo l-fild ]
/ ˌʌn fʊlˈfɪld /
not carried out or done: many unfulfilled requests.
not yet achieved: his unfulfilled dreams.
not happy or satisfied, from not having achieved one’s desires or full potential: I was feeling unfulfilled in my job.
distasteful, discouraging, depressing, unpleasant, mediocre, disheartening, unsatisfying, disconcerting, frustrating, bitter, failing, displeasing, lame, disagreeable, inadequate, ineffective, inferior, insufficient, unhappy, uninteresting
- unfunded debt,
Origin of unfulfilled
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/ (ˌʌnfʊlˈfɪld) /
not completed or achievedunfulfilled ambitions
not having achieved one's potential or desires
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