discontent

[ dis-kuhn-tent ]SEE DEFINITION OF discontent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCONTENT

There was discontent in her eyes, which were her most convincing attraction.

She filled the house with company and noise; but this only increased my discontent.

On his part, he fell into a routine without the least evidence of discontent.

Where there is desire, there must be discontent: if we are satisfied with all things, desire is extinct.

Some discontent was caused by the emancipation of the serfs.

Discontent and insubordination now prevailed amongst the rebels.

Barbezieux had viewed with discontent the elevation of Chamillart.

Restlessness or discontent must have peeped from behind the suave mask.

Discontent is the want of self-reliance: it is infirmity of will.

Besides, without any reasoning on the matter, I have no discontent.

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