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- A feeling of being displeased with something or someone; dissatisfaction; disapproval.
- 2011 October 20, Michael da Silva, “Stoke 3 - 0 Macc Tel-Aviv”, in BBC Sport:
- Tangling with Ziv, Cameron caught him with a flailing elbow, causing the Israeli defender to go down a little easily. However, the referee was in no doubt, much to the displeasure of the home fans.
- That which displeases; cause of irritation or annoyance; offence; injury.
- Hast thou delight to see a wretched man / Do outrage and displeasure to himself?
- A state of disgrace or disfavour.
- He went into Poland, being in displeasure with the pope for overmuch familiarity.
- (feeling of being displeased with someone or something): discontent, discontentment, dissatisfaction, unhappiness
- (pain, discomfort): ache, discomfort, pain
- (disapproval): condemnation, disapprobation, disapproval
- (feeling of being displeased with someone or something): contentment, happiness, pleasure, satisfaction
- (pain, discomfort): ease
- (disapproval): approbation, approval, blessing
feeling of being displeased with someone or something
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