disappointed[ dis-uh-poin-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF disappointed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPOINTED
And she was disappointed that he only promised to consider the matter and let her hear from him.
I was so disappointed and hurt and heartsick, and he kissed me and soothed me.
Mr. Cobden and Mr. Bright must have been disappointed in this 'young man from the country.'
My confidence in you is great, and I am sure it will not be disappointed.
Well, at least, if I had to be disappointed, I should like it to be in something that would be worth having.
If you are not deeply interested in her I am disappointed in you.
She was disappointed that the mother cried, and could hardly drink the tea.
So many people went into hospitals because they had been disappointed in love.
Peggy really must try your dressmaker—but she's so disappointed!
We were disappointed when the others decided to go back at once and report.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISAPPOINTED
- bummed out
- cast down
- down in the dumps
- in pain
- shot down
- singing the blues
- weighed down