discontented

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It was this refusal which made Halbert discontented and unhappy.

When they had gone Eileen turned to Linda with a discontented and aggrieved face.

You are proud, fiery, discontented, and unhappy;—all that I see in your face.

Her eyes clouded, her face settled into its discontented lines.

Yes; but if he had not been discontented, he would have been a serf still!

They prevented them from growing hard, grasping, and discontented with their lot.

But you'd live to be a couple of hundred if you could; and after all be discontented.

He eyed the discontented features of his companions, and snorted violently.

Karl looked sullen and discontented, and utterly unlike himself.

She, too, was discontented and unhappy, though she tried not to show it.

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