Examples of displeasure in a Sentence
The meeting will give people who object to the policy a chance to voice their displeasure.
Fans showed their displeasure at the umpire's call by booing loudly.
Recent Examples of displeasure from the Web
Nick Williams, a few days after expressing his displeasure at not being in the lineup often enough early in the season, had to sit through 7 1/2 more innings Monday night.
At their Riyadh meeting last year, Macron pushed the Saudis to allow more humanitarian access to Yemen, while the Saudis expressed their displeasure at French attempts to deepen dialogue with Iran.
Liberal religious organizations and denominations were more forceful in expressing their displeasure.
Frustrated by the free-throw disparity, Clippers coach Doc Rivers vehemently expressed his displeasure with the officiating following his team's 101-96 loss to the Houston Rockets Thursday night at the Toyota Center before 18,055 fans.
Price was forced to resign last fall after President Donald Trump publicly expressed his displeasure over his travel on charter jets instead of commercial flights.
Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam has expressed his displeasure with the age limits.
Several social media users took to Twitter to express their displeasure with Farrakhan's tweets.
Coach Sean Payton has also expressed his displeasure with Vaccaro's penalty-prone play as he was flagged nine times in 2017, which resulted in eight first downs for opposing offenses.
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Definition of displeasure for English Language Learners
: a feeling of unhappiness or annoyance
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