Examples of disgruntle in a Sentence
an employee, disgruntled by the restaurant owner's shabby treatment, turned him in to the IRS
a crew disgruntled by a long voyage that provided no opportunity for recreation onshore
Recent Examples of disgruntle from the Web
McDonald: There’s a better chance of that happening now than there appeared to be last summer, when Aldridge was disgruntled and requesting a trade.
Many have noted that Prince Charles walking Meghan down the aisle is a sweet gesture, while others are disgruntled that Meghan’s mother will not be the one walking her down the aisle.
Weinstein said that since Easter his organization had taken on 117 new clients, including the troops in Okinawa, who are disgruntled about a wide range of alleged religious violations by military units.
The risk from disgruntled, possibly armed veterans was already evident this year after 100 or so former members of the military and their supporters set up a protest camp outside Parliament.
But in 2017, as competitors tried to lure Uber’s disgruntled drivers to their services, the company began introducing a series of small changes that drivers wanted.
To soothe the disgruntled, the government has promised tens of billions of ringgit to poorer people, veterans, entrepreneurs and others.
On Tuesday, disgruntled video maker Nasim Aghdam shot and wounded three YouTube employees before turning the gun on herself.
Throughout the current campaign Conte has come across disgruntled and agitated, and has frequently complained about the state of his squad.
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