désappointer

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From dés- +‎ appointer. The sense of "disappoint" is a semantic loan from English disappoint.

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Verb[edit]

désappointer

  1. (obsolete) to dismiss
  2. (rare, proscribed) to disappoint
    Synonyms: décevoir

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