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    Question satisfied - unsatisfied - dissatisfied

    I once learned that the opposite of satisfied is unsatisfied. I read the word dissatisfied. "She was dissatisfied with normal acting rules". Do dissatisfied and unsatisfied have the same meaning?

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    Re: satisfied - unsatisfied - dissatisfied

    To me, only 'dissatisfied' works in the sentence you have quoted.

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