unsatisfaction


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unsatisfaction

(ˌʌnsætɪsˈfækʃən)
n
1. lack of satisfaction
2. obsolete the state of being not satisfactory
References in classic literature ?
Life itself is unsatisfaction, but to look ahead to death is greater unsatisfaction.
After listing their replies CCPO showed his displeasure and unsatisfaction and announced different punishment against them.
Unsatisfaction of personnel from the above mentioned factors is obvious in studying the results of organ commitment and most of the people believe that they can work in another organ as well if responsibilities are the same and almost half of personnel don't agree with methods of their organ about important cases.