displease[ dis-pleez ]SEE DEFINITION OF displease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLEASE
Even the marquis, with his ironical politeness, was beginning to displease her.
There's no reason we should be near people who displease us or whom we displease, thanks to our money.
It did not displease him that she should receive his question thus.
This sudden departure of his would, he well knew, displease Kearney.
He was between two stools, for he had no mind to displease Flavia or thwart her brother.
If ever I displease you in future, you have only to say, 'Lie down, sir!'
If my candour does not displease thee, accept my congratulations.
"I am very sorry to displease you, sir," answered my friend.
The new costume of Napoleon on the column did not displease him in any way.
You see, countess, I fear my own tenderness, lest I displease the queen.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISPLEASE
- be at
- get in one's hair
- get under one's skin
- give a bad time
- give a hard time
- grate on
- put out
- tick off
- turn off