Did you possibly mean discontent?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being uneasy in mind; dissatisfaction; inquietude; discontent.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The state of being discontented; uneasiness; inquietude.
- n. a longing for something better than the present situation
“LUCKNOW: Trying to set aside speculation about "discontentment" among some Congress leaders over his bonhomie with former BJP leader Kalyan Singh, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav said the "new-found friendship" would neither harm the party's secular face nor is it going to cast any shadow on the SP-Congress alliance.”
“Our happiness is directly dependent on fulfillment of our desires; lesser fulfillment yields greater discontentment.”
“Often times covetousness sets in breeding seeds of discontentment ... failure to count ones blessings and a general lack of patience to wait upon Gods timing ...”
“This is what i needed to help me see things in a different light as discontentment was almost taking the better part of me ....”
“Overcrowding is another catalyst for unrest and discontentment.”
“That's why I love October, discontentment and all.”
“When a national sense of discontentment prevails the baseless promotion of the unworthy can inspire media content with a broad appeal.”
“However, the report says even nighttime raids conducted with the best practices breed discontentment and mistrust among both ordinary Afghans — who feel less secure knowing that men in uniform might burst into their homes at any time.”
“One harbors discontentment in their own life, when not contented with the life of others.”
“Other's discontentment could be more a reflection of a life they are not living than the life that we are living.”
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