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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disgruntle.
- adj. Unhappy; dissatisfied
- adj. frustrated.
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- adj. in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
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But until then Briggs privately has vowed to play as hard as ever, but without an extension, he will define the term disgruntled employee.
The company has said it filed a defamation complaint in Macau against Mr. Jacobs, who it calls a "disgruntled former executive" in Nevada court filings.
After the robbery and rape at the Table on Aug. 3, the restaurant manager told St. Petersburg police that he suspected Martinez, whom he described as a disgruntled former employee.
Obviously, the lineup will take on a new look when a certain disgruntled left fielder is liberated from Los Angeles.
Don't be surprised if the Orioles opt to craft a deal that would bring in disgruntled Phillies third baseman Scott Rolen, a two-time Gold
He calls disgruntled season ticket-holders; maybe he even visits them at home.
They haven't said much publicly about the alleged gunman, whom they termed a disgruntled former employee.
You suspect that quelling a mutiny of the disgruntled is the last thing on Martin Johnson's mind.
As for previous homicides in the area, in 1989, about six blocks north of the yoga store, a gunman described as a disgruntled employee of Chevy Chase Federal Savings Bank opened fire with a .38-caliber revolver in a seventh-floor bank office, killing three co-workers and shooting a fourth in the face before killing himself, officials said at the time.
My favorite employment number to follow is the "U-6", which is defined as everyone who is unemployed, plus part-time workers plus those who are "marginally attached" (aka disgruntled workers).