Examples of discontented in a Sentence
he was becoming increasingly discontented with his dead-end job and his dead-end life
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The political whiplash of the past few years has made Brazilians more discontented with democracy than any other Latin American population, according to a 2017 poll conducted by Latinobarómetro.
And speaking of our Commander-in-Chief, Krampus has won over a population of discontented elves - put out of work when St. Nick automated the toy factory - with promises to Make Christmas Great Again.
And the most pessimistic and discontented lot of all was white, evangelical Protestants.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho appears to have made a subtle dig towards a discontented section of the club's match going fans ahead of Tuesday night's Champions League clash against Benfica at Old Trafford.
So why are the well-employed, ambitious 30-year-olds of my acquaintance feeling so adrift, as discontented as the balding midlife sad sacks whose cliché dissatisfactions made Updike rich?
As one discontented Republican strategist told David Drucker for Vanity Fair in August, even lawmakers who despise Trump are tied to his administration.
After Hastert departed, John Boehner succeeded him, and was hounded by constant coup plots from discontented ultraconservatives.
Those of us who remember politics in the Reagan era have a mental habit of regarding conservatism as more optimistic about the American experiment and liberalism as more discontented.
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First Known Use of discontented
out of joint;
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