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People usually only take to Yelp, GMB, or Facebook reviews when they’re either very pleased or quite disgruntled.
If not, you run the chance of encountering disgruntled customers.
If for some reason they traded Beal but retained Wall, they’re a lottery team featuring a disgruntled supermax player.
“It creates the risk that employees you develop relationships with become disgruntled,” said Wieser.
Show every reader how you deal with a disgruntled customer by offering to fix the problem.
I looked behind me and saw a row of disgruntled gentlemen, nervously pacing up and down.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
"And get a broken pate for thy pains," said a disgruntled minstrel, who well knew of what he spoke.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER
Tessie stopped thinking about disgruntled Joe Cary so that she could think of the wonderful Mr. Bill.
THE AMAZING INHERITANCEFRANCES R. STERRETT
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.

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