[ US /dɪsˈɡɹənəɫd, dɪsˈɡɹəntəɫd/ ]
[ UK /dɪsɡɹˈʌntə‍ld/ ]
  1. in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
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How To Use disgruntled In A Sentence

  • Then they would disband the defeated regime's army, turning hundreds of thousands of trained soldiers into disgruntled potential insurgents.
  • Fielding the complaints of disgruntled fans is nothing new to Liverpool coach Rafa Benitez.
  • It was the desperate act of a disgruntled former city employee who was refused his old job back.
  • A solitary disgruntled staff officer accompanied Lohengrin back to his hotel, asking him what he did want, receiving no reply. LOHENGRIN
  • The rich do pay their way, you disgruntled old bigot. The Sun
  • O'Mara, a disgruntled bear of a man, contends that the case rests entirely on the credibility of Hearst, which is shaky at best.
  • He says that he became involved only because he had been approached by so many disgruntled investors. Times, Sunday Times
  • British voters were disgruntled but not, it transpired, disengaged. Times, Sunday Times
  • The second instalment, thankfully, managed to appease some disgruntled fans. The Sun
  • He could face some disgruntled shareholders. Times, Sunday Times
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