Thesaurus / malcontent


In this era of roving superstars, Aaron Rodgers doubles as an original malcontent and merely the latest flaky legend.FOR AARON RODGERS AND A NEW BREED OF SUPERSTAR, A DREAM JOB IS NO LONGER GOOD ENOUGHJERRY BREWERMAY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A believable hack would have required a small army of malcontents.WHY YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU KNOWKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Yet, through the favour of God, there are but few amongst us that are malcontent, and fewer that have cause to be so.THE LOYALISTS OF AMERICA AND THEIR TIMES, VOL. 1 OF 2EGERTON RYERSON
Dimitri had the satisfaction of lending his support to this malcontent, as Olgerd had aided the Prince of Tver.THE RISE OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIREHECTOR H. MUNRO
White was adopted by the malcontent Irish as the French emblem.AUTOBIOGRAPHY, LETTERS AND LITERARY REMAINS OF MRS. PIOZZI (THRALE) (2ND ED.) (2 VOLS.)MRS. HESTER LYNCH PIOZZI
The simplest course for the malcontent is to find fault with the order of Nature and the Being who established it.PAGES FROM AN OLD VOLUME OF LIFEOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
Therefore I was the malady and it was a hell of malcontent beyond symbolical description.COGITO, ERGO SUMJOHN FOSTER WEST
The malcontent radicals who have turned them out are not going to bring them in.SYBILBENJAMIN DISRAELI
Then a wicked old woman offered her services to the malcontent princes, promising that she would reveal the secret to them.HERO TALES AND LEGENDS OF THE SERBIANSWOISLAV M. PETROVITCH
The Malcontent has more dramatic interest than Antonio and Mellida; it is also more orderly and artistic.THE WORKS OF JOHN MARSTONJOHN MARSTON


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