disgruntled[ dis-gruhn-tld ]SEE DEFINITION OF disgruntled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISGRUNTLED
“Bring it out,” was the gruff response of the disgruntled teamster.
The school returned to Brimfield disgruntled, disappointed and critical.
There were other people who were disgruntled that morning at Mrs. McLean's breakfast.
I had heard from more than one disgruntled reporter that it was an impossibility.
The cry was taken up by the jealous, the disgruntled, and the virtuous.
It was clear that he was disgruntled because he had not had a chance to pitch.
Some of the Federalist leaders were disgruntled at Jay's appointment.
(c) I am a failure and am down and out, sick, homesick and disgruntled.
No retort was forthcoming from the two disgruntled engineers.
It was the impetuosity of a little boy, disgruntled because his opinion was not feared.