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
According to company records obtained by The Times, several co-workers denied her account and described her as disgruntled to Ford investigators.
For those who remember, a disgruntled Dillon threw all his equipment into the stands on his way out at the conclusion of the 2004 season.
The controversial move to dismantle the department has left many former firefighters and other residents disgruntled.
The dueling inclinations have left the President disgruntled, say people who have spoken to him.
That would be a swell strategy, except for the fact that most disgruntled Republicans — even the ones alarmed by Donald Trump — tend to find the Democrats scarier still.
Adding a financial incentive for the cancellation, Spain's economy minister, Luis de Guindos, offered to open negotiations on better funding for Catalonia, one of the main demands by disgruntled Catalans.
There's been a steady stream of usual controversies involving players disgruntled about their role, another league-union clash over Goodell's disciplinary power winding up in court and some particularly ugly injuries of late.
The removal of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and a lack of ports on 2016’s MacBook Pro left a lot of customers feeling disgruntled.
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Origin and Etymology of disgruntle
First Known Use: 1682See Words from the same year
Synonymsalien, alienate, disaffect, estrange, sour
Related Wordsantagonize, embitter, envenom; aggravate, anger, enrage, incense, inflame (also enflame), infuriate, madden, outrage, rankle, rile, roil; break up, dissociate, disunite, divide, separate, sever, split, sunder, uncouple, unlink, unyoke; disappoint, disenchant, disillusion; annoy, bother, bug, chafe, exasperate, gall, grate, irk, irritate, nettle, peeve, pique, rile, vex
Near Antonymsendear, ingratiate; appease, conciliate, disarm, mollify, pacify, placate, propitiate
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