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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisappointingdis‧ap‧point‧ing /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪŋ◂/ ●●○ adjective  DISAPPOINTEDnot as good as you hoped or expected disappointing profit figures The Lakers’ loss in the playoffs was very disappointing.see thesaurus at baddisappointingly adverb
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disappointingHe finished with a disappointing 72 to go with his first round of 71.Company profits this year have been very disappointing.It rained most of the time we were in England, which was pretty disappointing.It was a disappointing display and we were fortunate to come away with a point.The delay of the flight was disappointing news for the travelers.The film's disappointing performance was laid at its documentary style and unfocused lack of drama.It was finally released on September 23,1970 to disappointing reviews and box office results.The team had a disappointing season.He reminds her that her predecessor kept his job for seventeen years, despite a number of disappointing seasons.
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