Examples of discontented in a Sentence
he was becoming increasingly discontented with his dead-end job and his dead-end life
Recent Examples of discontented from the Web
The Heat needs a discontented Shaq or LeBron or Alonzo Mourning to come into play.
Shakespeare has become a mostly May-to-August affair, despite the Bard’s penchant for discontented winters and warring winds.
Look at the many discontented Americans out for social justice today, Grayman-Parkhurst points out — adding that, of course, these assassins took things much too far.
With his Liberal-National coalition’s ratings trailing Labor, Turnbull was under pressure to sell a strong economic narrative before rumblings over his leadership from discontented lawmakers in his backbench grew any louder.
The result seemed to cement the party’s long march from the political fringe to the center of the nation’s discontented political discourse, if not the pinnacle of its power.
And despite Facebook’s dominance, there’s plenty of places for the discontented to go.
In his address on Monday, Mr. Ghani broke with the former administration’s tactic of describing the Taliban as discontented brothers in the hopes of urging them to talks.
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First Known Use of discontented
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Definition of discontented for English Language Learners
: not happy with your situation, position, etc. : not contented
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Definition of discontented for Students
: not satisfied He grew discontented with his work.
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