disappointments[ dis-uh-point-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disappointments
Synonyms for disappointments
- bitter pill
- blind alley
- false alarm
- faux pas
- flash in the pan
- old one-two
Antonyms for disappointments
- good fortune
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPOINTMENTS
Yet here he was, barely of age, and almost soured by disappointments.
Further endeavours also led to disappointments; but in the end the inventor was successful.
These disappointments of her patronage were a sharp retort, and made me feel independent.
After all the false alarms and disappointments, she was coming!
Miss Sommerton meditated bitterly on the disappointments and annoyances of the day.
The themes are drawn from the revolution, its hopes and its disappointments.
We all felt for his disappointments, and wished him better luck.
Whatever failures and disappointments you may meet with at first, do not be discouraged.
We must think of the disappointments, the possible failure, the slender reward.
To a man inured as Peter was to disappointments, what he had found was good.