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disappointed

adjective dis·ap·point·ed \-ˈpin-təd\

: feeling sad, unhappy, or displeased because something was not as good as expected or because something you hoped for or expected did not happen

: unhappy because someone has behaved badly

Full Definition of DISAPPOINTED

1
:  defeated in expectation or hope
2
obsolete :  not adequately equipped
dis·ap·point·ed·ly adverb

Examples of DISAPPOINTED

  1. We were disappointed that they couldn't go.
  2. Disappointed fans slowly left the ballpark.
  3. I was disappointed to see that my suggestions had been ignored.
  4. They were deeply disappointed by her lack of interest.
  5. Don't be too disappointed if everything doesn't go as planned.
  6. Your father and I are very disappointed in you.

First Known Use of DISAPPOINTED

1537

Rhymes with DISAPPOINTED

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