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- adj. Alternative spelling of malcontent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Malcontent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See malcontent.
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And my Lord of Morton left the place, and, as it seemed to me, somewhat malecontent.
These were unanimous; for circumstances contributed to convince the malecontent party that they stood at the
Margaret Bellenden had returned, in romantic phrase, malecontent and full of heaviness, at the unexpected, and, as she deemed it, indelible affront, which had been brought upon her dignity by the public miscarriage of Goose
“It was not I who sent for you, dame,” replied the malecontent maiden.
Ilildebrod and his senate find a topping householder in the Friars becomes discontented and factious, it is but assigning him, for a lodger, some fat bankrupt, or new lesidenter, whose circumstances require refuge, and whose purse can pay for it, and the malecontent becomes as tractable as a lamb.
And it soon made the malecontent quiver and cower,
However, the ministerial households contrived to subsist, in spite of rhetorical tropes and malecontent millionnaires.
I by rights belonged with these malecontent and objurgating gentlemen; but a chronicler has privileges, and I got leave to count myself into the Eighth Company, my old friend Captain Shumway's.
I could not see that the impartial sunbeams, tempered by this skylight, had burned away the insignia of the malecontent States.
When he returned, about the tenth of November, Laudonnière persuaded him to carry home seven or eight of the malecontent soldiers.