disappoint

[ dis-uh-point ]SEE DEFINITION OF disappoint

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPOINT

He did not disappoint the hopes of his friends in regard to his fiscal abilities.

But he had asked her to go to the theatre, and he did not wish to disappoint her.

Of course, Martin had not meant to disappoint her, nor deliberately hurt her.

They've always wanted a sister to pet; and Aunt Phoebe is hoping you'll not disappoint her.

I dared not disappoint him by telling him that I loved Charley Osborne.

And Tommy's white's a sheet—for fear he'll disappoint them, you know.

I must insist upon this privilege, so do not disappoint me, I beg.

No, Gertrude, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but I don't think much of your idea.

But I will not do that; for to do that would be only to disappoint or grieve them.

And Ian did not disappoint the happy hopes which called him.

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