underfulfilled

underfulfilled

(ˌʌndəfʊlˈfɪld)
adj
falling short of having achieved one's potential or desires
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As he pointed out at the same meeting, the 2013 plan for rehousing people from condemned housing was 96% underfulfilled.
There has been a constant outpouring of data indicating that stress in the marketplace is growing, and that vast swathes of workers are feeling underfulfilled in their jobs.
A strange man, Dicky Buckle, a gentleman critic with modest private means, perhaps underfulfilled, perhaps underappreciated, yet--in more ways than Dr.