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- adj. malcontent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Malcontent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Discontented; dissatisfied: as, “the malecontented multitude,”
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I LOVE him today because if it wern't for him, I'd be getting nothing on my vacation and then I would be malcontented which is no fun for anyone.
It isn't a locker-room housecleaning of any malcontented players.
It was a small sample, just 664 respondents; and it was self-selecting, which tends to skew any poll towards the malcontented, and thus exaggerate the negative.
The man is a popular and articulate Pro Bowler who's spent much of his career on losing teams, and week after week, callers virtually invite Cooley to rant about the Redskins' offense, the Redskins' recent history, the Redskins' quarterback, the Redskins' locker-room culture, the Redskins' front-office structure, the Redskins' past coaching staffs, the Redskins' malcontented overpaid defensive tackles, and the price of corn futures in northern Utah.
Many mothers are malcontented because there are real limitation to the ways you can live your life as a mother -- economic, practical.
She is neither challenging herself nor accepting the limitations of what her reality is and that has a lot to do with malcontent and nobody likes a malcontented person.
Izzys contention was that foie gras production is like any other kind of farming, and a malcontented worker could abuse animals anywhere.
I thought it was genious writing ingeniously executed, whether or not it contained reveals or ‘progressed the plot’ or satisfied the eternally malcontented fans …
The best ones are the driven ones -- sometimes they're the malcontented ones, granted -- and they stick around.
But Sueng-Hui's work could not be considered as provocative or avant-garde; it appears as extremely malcontented and undirected anger in crude and vulgar form.