Thesaurus / malcontent
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A believable hack would have required a small army of malcontents.

In his opinion, Robin Hood was neither a Saxon malcontent nor the hero of a poet's romance; nor yet was he 'a goblin or a myth.'

Being returned to Fort Conger, he was not restored to his rank, and remained—as Juet remained after being superseded—a malcontent.

Henry HudsonThomas A. Janvier

From the Induction to Marston's Malcontent it appears that the custom was not tolerated at some of the public theatres.

The ultra-British did not like him, always putting him down in their books as a malcontent.

The BastonnaisJohn Lesperance

The question has often been raised whether the mutineers were egged on by malcontent clubs.

By this time he was well aware that Parma had succeeded in winning over the malcontent nobles to accept his terms.

History of HollandGeorge Edmundson

The count was betrayed into the hands of his rival by some malcontent nobles.

There were plots and factions formed, and one malcontent hanged.

She was obviously a malcontent, but, on the other hand, her opinions of his chosen profession weren't too different than his own.

MercenaryDallas McCord Reynolds

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