: not pleased
He was none/not too thrilled by the idea.
Recent Examples on the Web The two longtime mutual admirers are meeting to discuss their films for the benefit of Variety’s Directors on Directors issue, which is being filmed for posterity (an element that Campion, who hates to be photographed, is none too thrilled about). —Brent Lang, Variety, 15 Dec. 2021 Consumer groups in France were none too thrilled with Apple’s behavior with respect to iPhone speed. —Yoni Heisler, BGR, 7 Sep. 2021
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