displeasure

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  • However he continued his political activities on the side to the displeasure of his British superior.
  • Fans took to social media to display their displeasure towards the event.
  • He voices his displeasure at her being gone for three months.
  • Although this response garnered displeasure from the troops, they left without taking any action.
  • The meeting passed a vote recording its displeasure, but also adopted him as its candidate for the next election.
  • Band expressed displeasure with the continued delayed release of his debut album.
  • It did not take long for the club's enemies to make their displeasure felt with the new organization.
  • George has expressed his displeasure at the turn of events.
  • The displeasure is he will move back to his own house, lying his new girlfriend will also move in.
  • He has expressed his displeasure regarding this incident to fans and media.
  • He held his position, despite the queen's displeasure, later justifying himself in writing.
  • Keegan expressed his public displeasure and never played for his country again.
  • Nimeiry made his displeasure clear and stated that he would not ask for aid.
  • Her displeasure lessens over the course of the episode, but never completely goes away.
  • There was much displeasure regarding the lack of a permanent head coach for the second consecutive season.
  • However, Victoria was of an independent mind and took little notice of her father's displeasure.
  • He also expressed displeasure with the organization's efforts to surround him with quality players.
  • He displeasure led directly to the latter being deposed as prime minister.
  • Such a judgment of taste he saw as based on feelings of pleasure or displeasure.
  • Previous plans were scrapped after the public expressed displeasure with the approach that had been taken.
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Words starting with displeasure

Meaning of displeasure

  • noun The feeling of being displeased or annoyed or dissatisfied with someone or something