dissatisfied with

*dissatisfied with

(someone or something) unhappy with someone or something. (*Typically:be ~; grow ~.) We are quite dissatisfied with the service provided by the dealer. I am not dissatisfied with you.
References in classic literature ?
THE People being dissatisfied with a Democratic Legislature, which stole no more than they had, elected a Republican one, which not only stole all they had but exacted a promissory note for the balance due, secured by a mortgage upon their hope of death.
I am sure," replied Elinor, with a smile, "that his dearest friends could not be dissatisfied with such commendation as that.
Her days were spent in a kind of slow bustle; all was busy without getting on, always behindhand and lamenting it, without altering her ways; wishing to be an economist, without contrivance or regularity; dissatisfied with her servants, without skill to make them better, and whether helping, or reprimanding, or indulging them, without any power of engaging their respect.
It was like a thunder-clap, he said, and then, dissatisfied with this, he said it was like a revelation.
The doctor was extremely dissatisfied with Alexey Alexandrovitch.
Dissatisfied with the pacific aspect of a face which had no more than the faintest hint of flaxen eyebrow, together with a pair of amiable blue-gray eyes and round pink cheeks that refused to look formidable, let him frown as he would before the looking-glass (Philip had once told him of a man who had a horseshoe frown, and Tom had tried with all his frowning might to make a horseshoe on his forehead), he had had recourse to that unfailing source of the terrible, burnt cork, and had made himself a pair of black eyebrows that met in a satisfactory manner over his nose, and were matched by a less carefully adjusted blackness about the chin.
Dissatisfied with my fortune, of course I could not be; but it is possible that I may have been, without quite knowing it, dissatisfied with myself.
If you should then be dissatisfied with it, you can but test its soundness for yourself; if, on the other hand, you should be satisfied with it, and it should be what it now is, it may spare all sides what is best spared.
As they returned toward the castle, D'Artagnan thought of the miseries of poor human nature, always dissatisfied with what it has, ever desirous of what it has not.
He was dissatisfied with himself, irritated, mortified.
But either his success, or the frequency of the transgression in others, soon wiped off this slight stain from his character; and, although there were a few who, dissatisfied with their own fortunes, or conscious of their own demerits, would make dark hints concerning the sudden prosperity of the unportioned Quaker, yet his services, and possibly his wealth, soon drove the recollection of these vague conjectures from men’s minds.
They had seen the presents given to their comrades, but were dissatisfied with them, and came after the boats to ask for more.
Baisemeaux even thought he had remarked that D'Herblay himself was not altogether dissatisfied with the result.
High suicidal risk has been reported in the group of veterans dissatisfied with life achievements (25%), dissatisfied with social/financial situation (31.
Asked how they feel about the amount of various state and local taxes in Texas, 54 percent said they are dissatisfied with property taxes - and only 33 percent said they were satisfied about those bills.