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
Trump campaigned on reviving the coal industry and has expressed displeasure with some forms of renewable energy, especially wind.
Trump has grown increasingly frustrated by coverage of his administration, regularly tweeting his displeasure at news reports.
An online petition was started to persuade BOPA to cancel her appearance, and many expressed their displeasure with her appearance online.
The B.C. Place Stadium fans voiced their displeasure when replays showed Waston barely touched Oritz.
Somebody from the Rangers’ dugout probably voiced their displeasure because Martin then turned their way and put his finger to his lips as if to shush them.
Munster residents had voiced their displeasure with the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District's original proposed station site on the south side of Ridge.
Montenegro poured its heart and soul into gaining NATO membership, much to the Kremlin's displeasure, and it's expected to gain official membership next month.
Angry Napster users and people tired of all the back and forth between the company and the music industry are voicing their displeasure.
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Definition of displeasure for English Language Learners
: a feeling of unhappiness or annoyance
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