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disgruntle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make discontented.
    • To dissatisfy; to disaffect; to fury.
    • to create discontented.
    • To dissatisfy; to disaffect; to fury.
  • verb:
    • To make discontent or cross; resulting in becoming in a poor mood.
    • put into a poor feeling or into bad humour
    • which will make discontent or cross; resulting in becoming in a negative temperament.
    • put in a poor feeling or into bad humour
  • others:
    • To disappoint; disconcert; chagrin; disgust; offend; put into a situation of sulky dissatisfaction: generally when you look at the participial adjective disgruntled.
    • To disappoint; disconcert; chagrin; disgust; offend; toss into a situation of sulky dissatisfaction: frequently in participial adjective disgruntled.
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