malcontent[ mal-kuhn-tent ]SEE DEFINITION OF malcontent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALCONTENT
In politics, for example, he may be a malcontent; in religion an heretic.
Where could be a better man for the purposes of a malcontent prince?
Every malcontent in Paris knew that Napoleon held the key of the situation.
The count was betrayed into the hands of his rival by some malcontent nobles.
The description that the malcontent gives of himself in iii.
And not even the two malcontent mates could pick any hole in that proposal.
"Save on the Navy, then," growled a malcontent in the rear rank.
Couldn't she see that he was merely the cheapest sort of malcontent?
The malcontent radicals who have turned them out are not going to bring them in.
Although I would not have you to be a courtier; neither would I have you to be a malcontent.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MALCONTENT
- against the grain