displeasing

[ dis-pleez ]SEE DEFINITION OF displeasing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLEASING

In order to avoid despising or displeasing our parents, what should we not do?

His mother's conversation, too, had been displeasing to him.

I shall tell you what will be displeasing and wearisome,5 yet true.

Then he sniffed as if the air contained an odor that was displeasing to him.

He does what he knows would be displeasing to his parents, and he sets a bad example.

What is pleasing to some men's taste is and ever will be displeasing to others.

But when the game is displeasing, the maiden is strong to resist.

He began to fear that, after all, his sacrifice had been displeasing to the queen.

Is it the Senate of which Napoleon said in 1805: "The poltroons were afraid of displeasing me?"

But his face was not displeasing, and his eyes were animated and vivid.

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