Failing to fulfil someone’s hopes or expectations: the team made a disappointing start [with clause]: it was disappointing that there were relatively few possibilities
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- He said it was very disappointing that at some home games the travelling team had more support than Easkey.
- He said it was very disappointing that so many prisoners were reconvicted within two years.
- I always find it kind of disappointing that you stop seeing his stuff after a while.
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