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unsatisfied

(Delinquent), adjective due, due and owing, in arrears, outstanding, payable, uncollected, unfilled, unpaid
Associated concepts: unsatisfied judgment funds, unsatisfied judgments

unsatisfied

(Disappointed), adjective despondent, discontented, disgruntled, displeased, dissatisfied, frustrated, greedy, insatiable, insatiate, malcontented, quenchless, thwarted, ungratified, unhappy, unquenchable, unslaked
See also: delinquent, disappointed, insatiable, outstanding, overdue, payable, unpaid
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But it is just in that cold, abominable half despair, half belief, in that conscious burying oneself alive for grief in the underworld for forty years, in that acutely recognised and yet partly doubtful hopelessness of one's position, in that hell of unsatisfied desires turned inward, in that fever of oscillations, of resolutions determined for ever and repented of again a minute later--that the savour of that strange enjoyment of which I have spoken lies.
If they have acquitted themselves well while living, they will be permitted to descend and enjoy this happy country; if otherwise they will but be tantalized with this prospect of it, and then hurled back from the mountain to wander about the sandy plains, and endure the eternal pangs of unsatisfied thirst and hunger.
But then, again, my exasperating insight into Alfred's self- complacent soul, his freedom from all the doubts and fears, the unsatisfied yearnings, the exquisite tortures of sensitiveness, that had made the web of my life, seemed to absolve me from all bonds towards him.
Indeed, he caught himself thinking that he knew very little whatever of his son; but he distinctly remembered an unsatisfied, dough-faced youth who took delight in "calling down the old man" and reducing his mother to tears - such a person as adds to the gaiety of public rooms and hotel piazzas, where the ingenuous young of the wealthy play with or revile the bell-boys.
Then breathe thy wail upon the earth's wailing wind, thou band of melancholy music, made up of every sigh that the human heart, unsatisfied, has uttered
But, he wondered suddenly, wasn't this aching sense of need perhaps something utterly different from unsatisfied paternal instinct?
Before leaving, he moved all over the place unsatisfied, and in one spot, close to the edge of the Brow, where there was a deep hollow, he appeared to be afraid.
Nevertheless, for a man sick with unsatisfied love, and parting for an indefinite period from the object of his passion, he felt himself almost humiliatingly calm and comforted.
It is not the want of more money that makes me just at present a little out of spirits; I hate money; and if our union could take place now upon only fifty pounds a year, I should not have a wish unsatisfied.
Each day he found that he was more passionately devoted to her; and his unsatisfied love became angry and resentful.
As to you, friend Watson, I owe you every atonement for having allowed your natural curiosity to remain so long unsatisfied.
After the rapture of meeting, and after that odd feeling of unsatisfied expectation- the feeling that "everything is just the same, so why did I hurry?