unsatisfactorily


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un·sat·is·fac·to·ry

 (ŭn-săt′ĭs-făk′tə-rē)
adj.
Not satisfactory; inadequate.

un·sat′is·fac·to′ri·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unsatisfactorily - in an unsatisfactory mannerunsatisfactorily - in an unsatisfactory manner; "He performed unsatisfactorily as a manager"
satisfactorily - in a satisfactory manner
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A party of leaden dragoons were galloping along one of the shelves, in equipments and uniform of modern cut; and there were some sugar figures, with no strong resemblance to the humanity of any epoch, but less unsatisfactorily representing our own fashions than those of a hundred years ago.
I know that I lounged about the streets, insufficiently and unsatisfactorily fed.
The hospital was said to be overcrowded and unsatisfactorily designed.
Planning of the new building zob: The transfer links between different regional buses, The train and the buchholz buses, Which are unsatisfactorily resolved in the stock, Require the creation of a new zob with larger dimensions than is possible at the stock location on lindenstrae.
He said the court could not be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt of the prosecution's version of events and that the identification was "sullied and tainted and unsatisfactorily explained".
Three years ago, Eastern High - comprising the former Rumney and Llanrumney high schools - was found to be performing unsatisfactorily across every measure examined by inspectors at Esytn and it was put under special measures in February 2015.
But however unsatisfactorily low the number is, the alternative--standard care--is even worse.
Above all else, they must deliver on consumers' expectations when it comes to experience and meet a need that was previously not addressed or unsatisfactorily so.
For the most part, however, each character's dilemma is unsatisfactorily resolved.
US Army Ranger has not run since finishing second to Harzand at Epsom, having scoped unsatisfactorily before the Irish Derby, and O'Brien said yesterday: "US Army Ranger is in good shape after his break and has done very well, but we're just not sure it would be fair to him to go straight into a race like this.
However, our outlook on the uptake of 3G/4G services is optimistic , despite t he 2015/16 auction of 4G 800MHz and 2600MHz spectrum end ing thus-far unsatisfactorily as the costs turned out to be much higher t han operators had anticipated.
We have got a succession now of chairmen from different backgrounds who, again, all come in with credibility - and chief executives as well - whose time finishes unsatisfactorily.