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- adj. Not providing satisfaction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not satisfying or affording full gratification of appetite or desire; not giving content; not convincing the mind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not up to expectations
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Such series tend to end in unsatisfying ways, mostly because their authors got tired of them.
They spend their money and labour for these uncertain unsatisfying things.
This past week, General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker delivered what most observers described as unsatisfying and even "dodgy," to quote one military instructor at the Naval War College, reports to Congress on the situation in Iraq. '
This past week, General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker delivered what most observers described as unsatisfying and even 'dodgy,' to quote one military instructor at the Naval War College, reports to Congress on the situation in Iraq.
Â Girl Two barely manages to win her case, and walks away with her vaguely abusive boyfriend, leaving us with a very strange and kind of unsatisfying ending to a story that never quite gelled.
That's why lots of people, in reflecting on old school gaming, will talk about how "unsatisfying" their experiences were.
It's kind of unsatisfying, I think, from the media's point of view, but it does show the degree to which the imperial presidency can be surrounding by a bubble, where the president doesn't have to be questioned by either journalist or the opposition party, at least until the fall debates with Democrat candidate John Kerry.
An Apple tablet will be hampered at the start by "unsatisfying" 3G broadband networks, short battery life, and people's yen for a flexible device that can be rolled up and stuffed in a pocket, according to Gaines.
FCC Not Satisfied with Verizon's ETF Explanation - Mignon Clyburn, a member of the Federal Communications Commission, has called Verizon's official response to the FCC's query into the companies 'recently revised early termination fees "unsatisfying" and "troubling."
Now the recovery, as shown by last week's disappointing jobs report showing a gain of only 54,000 jobs in May, is fitful and unsatisfying.