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Synonyms for disappointing

Synonyms for disappointing

disturbing because of failure to measure up to a standard or produce the desired results

Synonyms

Synonyms for disappointing

not up to expectations

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Progress since May 2006 seems to have been disappointingly slow," said the report.
Disappointingly, before it adjourned the 109th Congress failed to provide citizens of the District of Columbia with voting representation in the House of Representatives.
But both in '04 and '05, Wal-Mart's Christmas take was disappointingly low.
Interestingly, and disappointingly, Capetz does not discuss at length any of the great twentieth-century Roman Catholic theologians.
Yet Angelin Preljocaj's choreography was disappointingly generic, with bumps and grinds to signal sex and various thrusts to indicate battle.
After all the disappointingly predictable state-of-the-art opinions from the distinguished guests, the meeting was opened up to questions and comments from the delightfully unruly, occasionally positively rude, members of the invited audience.
The ex-French performer took time to acclimatise on this side of the Channel, running disappointingly last season for his new stable.
Disappointingly, however, the artist's attempts at topical critique turn out to be about as refined as the contraptions he devises to express it.
Disappointingly this suggested that my excessive spending on Frankie Says attire in the Eighties was not enough to secure Frankie Goes To Hollywood a place in the top 100
Her do may be disappointingly restrained, but with Tammy Faye, it's all happening below the eyebrows.
Disappointingly, one police officer decided to flout the law and park on a double yellow line not to halt a crime or protect the public, but to buy a takeaway.
Even though disappointingly few literary texts authored by women survive from this period, evidence suggests "women experienced involvement with written texts in late medieval England as transformative, a means for learning to change" (211).
Disappointingly, none of these sections use real outcrop photos, measured sections or well log cross sections to demonstrate principles or techniques.
Disappointingly, the author fails to develop the why of the gender division of childcare--seeming to dismiss outright that many mothers may prefer to be at home with their children rather than sending them to state-sponsored daycare facilities where they are cared for by women (other people's mothers, not fathers
The special effects are quite fun but with treacle laid on with a trowel and the comedy disappointingly thin this Christmas treat will be heavy-going for parents.