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“We lost our son to a ruthless, disgruntled employee of VTA,” she told The Washington Post.

Still, those same experts believe that whether Epic wins, there will be more scrutiny of Apple’s App Store from lawmakers and disgruntled developers besides Epic who are ready to air their concerns.

Bumper stickers reading “Carter, Kiss My Gas” began appearing on the cars of disgruntled drivers.

A disgruntled Windansea Beach resident claimed the wood-burning fires caused pollution and safety hazards.

People usually only take to Yelp, GMB, or Facebook reviews when they’re either very pleased or quite disgruntled.

Hollywood sure hopes so, because the idea that disgruntled insiders could do this is terrifying to Tinsel Town.

It also engaged two marginalized groups, the Shia Houthi and some of the disgruntled movements in the south.

David Ruffin, the disgruntled lead singer of The Temptations, complained that the company kept him in “economic peonage.”

Caught napping during a game against the Red Sox, one disgruntled fan is trying to turn his embarrassment into a fortune.

He was a disgruntled, well-off white boy—so he fuels our arguments about privilege.

I looked behind me and saw a row of disgruntled gentlemen, nervously pacing up and down.

"And get a broken pate for thy pains," said a disgruntled minstrel, who well knew of what he spoke.

Tessie stopped thinking about disgruntled Joe Cary so that she could think of the wonderful Mr. Bill.

Later in the winter, it was said that men were coming back from leave disgruntled and depressed.

Disgruntled at what she called Susan's intolerance, Mrs. Stanton then asked to be relieved of the presidency.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disgruntled, such as: annoyed, irritated, testy, bellyaching, null, and disappointed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.