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
But ticos, as Costa Ricans call themselves, are feeling disgruntled.
Among the theories circulating widely is that disgruntled Alawites from Assad's own minority sect were responsible.
No matter how many disgruntled fans gather Saturday next to the stadium to lampoon a season of unblemished failure, Browns fans remain resilient.
Nevertheless, Alfaro denied the allegations, contending the investors only became disgruntled after oil prices began to plunge in 2014.
But in the last year Iran has begun using its proxies to import advanced roadside bombs to Saudi Arabia's oil-rich Eastern Province, which has a majority Shiite population who are very disgruntled with their second-class-citizen role in society.
Some disgruntled voices spoke of how city cops were among the lowest paid in the region.
The offense did just fine the disgruntled Martavis Bryant benched.
On Saturdays in the springtime here, a group of those players will gather at a teammate’s home, disgruntled with the lack of nightclubs in town, and turn a Slip ’N Slide into a front-yard drinking game.
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Origin and Etymology of disgruntle
First Known Use: 1682See Words from the same year
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