disgruntlement[ dis-gruhn-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF disgruntlement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISGRUNTLEMENT
I saw the envy and disgruntlement rise in the man's face; he couldn't keep it down.
So quick was the look she gave me that I knew she had in that moment caught all my disgruntlement and disgust.
On Shūzen's abrupt gesture and refusal he took his departure, almost betraying his own disgruntlement.
But this disgruntlement of the doctors was not shared by the troops, who subscribed nearly 9000 to the Fund.