• Definition for "displeasure"
    • the problem or reality of being displeased; dissatisfaction.
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displeasure definition

  • noun:
    • the problem or reality of being displeased; dissatisfaction.
    • Discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.
    • Archaic An injurious offense.
    • a sense of being displeased with some thing or some one; dissatisfaction.
    • soreness or discomfort.
    • Disapproval.
    • the experience of one who's displeased; discomfort or uneasiness of the mind, occasioned by whatever counteracts need or command, or which opposes justice or a feeling of propriety; disapprobation; dislike; dissatisfaction; disfavor; indignation.
    • whatever displeases; cause of irritation or annoyance; offense; damage.
    • State of disgrace or disfavor; disfavor.
    • their state of sensation displeased; specifically, a feeling of intense or indignant disapproval, as of an act of disobedience, injustice, etc.: as, a guy incurs the displeasure of another by thwarting his views or systems; a servant incurs the displeasure of his master by neglect or disobedience; we encounter displeasure at any infraction of correct or decorum.
    • Discomfort; uneasiness; dolefulness: against pleasure.
    • Offense; umbrage.
    • A displeasing or offensive work; an act which causes, or is fitted to cause or rouse, a sense of dissatisfaction, annoyance, or resentment; an ill turn or affront: usually preceded by do.
    • a situation of disgrace or disfavor.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, disapprobation, distaste, dislike, anger, vexation, indignation, resentment, irritation.
    • the experience of being displeased or frustrated or dissatisfied with some body or something like that
    • the disorder or reality to be displeased; dissatisfaction.
    • Discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.
    • Archaic An injurious offense.
    • a sense of being displeased with something or somebody; dissatisfaction.
    • soreness or disquiet.
    • Disapproval.
    • the experience of 1 that is displeased; irritation or uneasiness regarding the head, occasioned by anything that counteracts need or demand, or which opposes justice or a feeling of propriety; disapprobation; dislike; dissatisfaction; disfavor; indignation.
    • That which displeases; reason behind irritation or annoyance; offense; injury.
    • State of disgrace or disfavor; disfavor.
    • their state of sensation displeased; specifically, a sense of intense or indignant disapproval, by an act of disobedience, injustice, etc.: as, a man incurs the displeasure of some other by thwarting their views or systems; a servant incurs the displeasure of their master by neglect or disobedience; we experience displeasure at any breach of correct or decorum.
    • Discomfort; uneasiness; dolefulness: in opposition to pleasure.
    • Offense; umbrage.
    • A displeasing or unpleasant work; an act which causes, or is fitted to trigger or rouse, a feeling of dissatisfaction, annoyance, or resentment; an ill turn or affront: generally speaking preceded by do.
    • the illness or fact to be displeased; dissatisfaction.
    • a situation of disgrace or disfavor.
    • Discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, disapprobation, distaste, dislike, fury, vexation, indignation, resentment, annoyance.
    • Archaic An injurious offense.
    • A feeling of being displeased with something or someone; dissatisfaction.
    • the impression of being displeased or annoyed or dissatisfied with someone or something
    • soreness or disquiet.
    • Disapproval.
    • the impression of 1 who is displeased; discomfort or uneasiness associated with brain, occasioned by anything that counteracts desire or command, or which opposes justice or a feeling of propriety; disapprobation; dislike; dissatisfaction; disfavor; indignation.
    • what displeases; reason for irritation or annoyance; offense; injury.
    • State of disgrace or disfavor; disfavor.
    • The state of sensation displeased; particularly, a feeling of intense or indignant disapproval, at the time of an act of disobedience, injustice, etc.: as, a guy incurs the displeasure of another by thwarting their views or systems; a servant incurs the displeasure of his master by neglect or disobedience; we encounter displeasure at any infraction of right or decorum.
    • Discomfort; uneasiness; dolefulness: opposed to enjoyment.
    • Offense; umbrage.
    • A displeasing or offensive work; an act which in turn causes, or perhaps is suited to trigger or rouse, a feeling of dissatisfaction, annoyance, or resentment; an ill turn or affront: usually preceded by do.
    • A state of disgrace or disfavor.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, disapprobation, distaste, dislike, fury, vexation, indignation, resentment, irritation.
    • the feeling of being displeased or irritated or dissatisfied with somebody or something like that
  • verb-transitive:
    • To displease.
    • To displease.
    • To displease.
  • others:
    • To displease; be displeasing or irritating to: as, it displeasures me to see a great deal waste.
    • To displease; be displeasing or annoying to: as, it displeasures us to see so much waste.
    • To displease; be displeasing or annoying to: as, it displeasures us to see such waste.
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