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
But British protesters saw in the visit a chance to register their displeasure at Trump’s policies.
But British protesters saw in the visit a chance to register their displeasure at Mr. Trump’s policies.
Last week LimeBike expressed its displeasure with the still-restrictive rules by launching an online petition urging the city to raise the number of wheel-lock bikes allowed and expand the pilot area.
Dozens of Hobart residents that attended the meeting to express their displeasure with the proposal applauded Lain’s comments before getting the chance to add their own.
With Spanish midfielder Mikel Merino edging closer to a move to Real Sociedad, some Newcastle fans have taken to Twitter to express their displeasure at his decision.
Internationally, anti-war protesters used the Fourth as an opportunity to express their displeasure.
When the policy became more widely understood in early June, parents started to express their displeasure.
During the week that the Senate was voting on several last-minute healthcare bills, Zinke called Sullivan and Murkowski to register his displeasure with Murkowski's wavering stance on the president's priority — to get a bill passed.
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Definition of displeasure for English Language Learners
: a feeling of unhappiness or annoyance
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