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displeased

[ dis-pleez ]SEE DEFINITION OF displeased

Synonyms for displeased

  • annoyed
  • disappointed
  • dissatisfied
  • vexed
  • angry
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Antonyms for displeased

  • gratified
  • happy
  • pleased
  • satisfied
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLEASED

Be satisfied, my dear, mean time, that I am not displeased with you: indeed I am not.

"I was afraid I had offended you or displeased you," she said.

Is it possible that Wiseli can have displeased you in any way?

Yes; but she told me that you would not be displeased at it.

Philip shook his head, and, displeased with his companion, sought his pillow.

He had made a bad use of the fairies' gift, and they were displeased.

But since you have displeased Venus, go to her and ask her favor.

You are displeased, Rosa, my sweet girl, with my loving flowers.

She should really be displeased with him, she said, if he did not go.

Nobody here has displeased you or hurt your feelings, I hope.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., from Old French desplais-, present tense stem of desplaisir "to displease" (13c.), from Latin displicere "displease," from dis- "not" (see dis-) + placere "to please" (see please). Related: Displeased; displeasing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISPLEASED

angrier

adjectivebeing mad, often extremely mad
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