- disgruntled + -ment (Wiktionary)
“But it's not done in a vacuum - Marshall's legal victories reflected the long-term disgruntlement and yearnings of the (black) man in the street, as well as a firm grasp of Constitutional law.”
“It makes one wonder how much of the disgruntlement is due to a general dissatisfaction with their lot rather than real medical issues.”
“Association to express "disgruntlement" about his conviction.”
“Family: Every kind of disgruntlement is present incoordination, defects in speech, and tremors and in the family.”
“The speaker is supposed to operate outside of party politics and Bercow has been the target of dissatisfaction and disgruntlement, particularly from Tory backbenchers who claim to detect bias.”
“But the disgruntlement mainly stems from the team's shaky play this season — a problem that came to a head last weekend in Baton Rouge.”
“We may say nothing, but let our disgruntlement show in other ways.”
“The president is one, but with demagogues bringing out the worst in public disgruntlement, his success has been limited.”
“With a huff of disgruntlement, he began to toss his items onto the conveyer belt.”
“My disgruntlement is more personal, more immediate.”
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