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Spell check of dissatisfactory

Correct spelling: dissatisfactory

Synonyms:
lame, unacceptable, bush, inferior, wrong, punk, suboptimal, subpar, unsatisfying, lousy, deficient, ill, off, substandard, wanting, unsatisfactory, wretched, sour, disappointing, paltry, bush-league, wack, crummy, poor.

Antonyms:
excellent, suitable, supernal, so-so, fancy, grand, classic, keen, borderline, gratifying, sterling, middling, tolerable, swell, acceptable, par excellence, perfect, jim-dandy, adequate, first-class, top-notch, better, satisfying, decent, passable, groovy, splendid, minimal, crackerjack, respectable, fine, bang-up, great, first-rate, superlative, unsurpassed, sensational, superb, useful, mediocre, stellar, special, dandy, premium, fabulous, mean, marvelous, worthy, exceptional, slick, nifty, satisfactory, capital, heavenly, top, high-grade, superior, fair, tip-top, prime, sufficient, wonderful, divine, banner, average, OK, classical, all right, noble, terrific, choice, unexceptional, standard, boss, A1, neat.

Examples of usage:

1) He parted at Charing Cross, and I to Sir W. Coventry's, and there talked with him about the Commissioners of Accounts, who did give in their report yesterday to the House, and do lay little upon us as aggravate any thing at present, but only do give an account of the dissatisfactory account they receive from Sir G. Carteret, which I am sorry for, they saying that he tells them not any time when he paid any sum, which is fit for them to know for the computing of interest, but I fear he is hardly able to tell it. - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.

2) This proceeding occasioned much discussion, and was very dissatisfactory to many general officers, who, by this arbitrary decision, found themselves in danger of forfeiting the privilege of being tried by their natural judges whenever they happened to displease the First Consul. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.

3) To me it has ever seemed the most dissatisfactory thing that could be imagined. - "The Firm of Girdlestone", Arthur Conan Doyle.

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