Definition of unsatisfying in English:

unsatisfying

Syllabification: un·sat·is·fy·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsadəsˌfīiNG
 
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adjective

Not satisfying: an unsatisfying relationship
More example sentences
  • An unsatisfying relationship with a boyfriend was exacerbated by the type of women with whom he consorted.
  • He had years of brief, unsatisfying relationships and even briefer flings to prove it.
  • It was extremely unsatisfying and while it didn't spoil the good parts of the movie leading up to it, it sure put a horrid taste in my mouth as I finished watching it.

Derivatives

unsatisfyingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • For liberals, such explanations are unsatisfyingly superficial.
  • But there is still something unsatisfyingly vague in the claim that publication and reading practices ‘affected even the most empirical and technical of the mathematical sciences’.
  • This leads me to a final criticism: This is a university press book seeking serious consideration, yet it has unsatisfyingly unorthodox notes in place of proper source references.

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