displeasure[ dis-plezh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF displeasure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLEASURE
He had disapproved of the marriage of his son and evinced his displeasure in his will.
Arouse all together, mes enfants, under pain of my displeasure.
The teacher stood looking at the child in great surprise and some displeasure.
Dissembling her displeasure, she praised the hammer-cloth, and especially the fringe.
Is it necessary that I should defend myself for expressing my displeasure?
"I should be sorry to have displeasure visited upon the boys," resumed Hamish.
At this moment a voice, bitter with displeasure, arose from the chimney corner.
Many are under the displeasure of the Republic, and must look out at the little window.
He snatched my hand, and besought me not to leave him in displeasure.
When she snarled her displeasure, the old leader would whirl on the three-year-old.