Definition of unsatisfyingly in English:



See unsatisfying

  • ‘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.’
  • ‘I've always felt - in no small measure because of this work - that Holst's story was left unsatisfyingly unfinished.’
  • ‘He tried writing short stories, unsatisfyingly.’