displeasure


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dis·pleas·ure

 (dĭs-plĕzh′ər)
n.
1. The condition or fact of being displeased; dissatisfaction.
2. Discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.
3. Archaic An injurious offense.

[Middle English displesure, from Old French desplaisir : des-, dis- + plaisir, pleasure; see pleasure.]

displeasure

(dɪsˈplɛʒə)
n
1. the condition of being displeased
2. archaic
a. pain
b. an act or cause of offence
vb
an archaic word for displease

dis•pleas•ure

(dɪsˈplɛʒ ər)

n.
1. dissatisfaction; disapproval.
2. discomfort; uneasiness.
3. Archaic. a cause of injury.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Middle French]
dis•pleas′ure•a•ble, adj.
dis•pleas′ure•a•bly, adv.

displeasure


Past participle: displeasured
Gerund: displeasuring

Imperative
displeasure
displeasure
Present
I displeasure
you displeasure
he/she/it displeasures
we displeasure
you displeasure
they displeasure
Preterite
I displeasured
you displeasured
he/she/it displeasured
we displeasured
you displeasured
they displeasured
Present Continuous
I am displeasuring
you are displeasuring
he/she/it is displeasuring
we are displeasuring
you are displeasuring
they are displeasuring
Present Perfect
I have displeasured
you have displeasured
he/she/it has displeasured
we have displeasured
you have displeasured
they have displeasured
Past Continuous
I was displeasuring
you were displeasuring
he/she/it was displeasuring
we were displeasuring
you were displeasuring
they were displeasuring
Past Perfect
I had displeasured
you had displeasured
he/she/it had displeasured
we had displeasured
you had displeasured
they had displeasured
Future
I will displeasure
you will displeasure
he/she/it will displeasure
we will displeasure
you will displeasure
they will displeasure
Future Perfect
I will have displeasured
you will have displeasured
he/she/it will have displeasured
we will have displeasured
you will have displeasured
they will have displeasured
Future Continuous
I will be displeasuring
you will be displeasuring
he/she/it will be displeasuring
we will be displeasuring
you will be displeasuring
they will be displeasuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been displeasuring
you have been displeasuring
he/she/it has been displeasuring
we have been displeasuring
you have been displeasuring
they have been displeasuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been displeasuring
you will have been displeasuring
he/she/it will have been displeasuring
we will have been displeasuring
you will have been displeasuring
they will have been displeasuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been displeasuring
you had been displeasuring
he/she/it had been displeasuring
we had been displeasuring
you had been displeasuring
they had been displeasuring
Conditional
I would displeasure
you would displeasure
he/she/it would displeasure
we would displeasure
you would displeasure
they would displeasure
Past Conditional
I would have displeasured
you would have displeasured
he/she/it would have displeasured
we would have displeasured
you would have displeasured
they would have displeasured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.displeasure - the feeling of being displeased or annoyed or dissatisfied with someone or somethingdispleasure - the feeling of being displeased or annoyed or dissatisfied with someone or something
vexation, annoyance, chafe - anger produced by some annoying irritation
dissatisfaction - the feeling of being displeased and discontent; "he was never slow to express his dissatisfaction with the service he received"

displeasure

displeasure

noun
Unfavorable opinion or judgment:
Translations
إسْتِياء، عَدَم رِضى
nelibost
misfornøjethedutilfredshed
visszatetszés
óánægja
nezadovoljstvo
canı sıkılmahoşnutsuzluk

displeasure

[dɪsˈpleʒəʳ] Ndesagrado m, disgusto m

displeasure

[dɪsˈplɛʒər] nmécontentement m

displeasure

nMissfallen nt (→ at über +acc)

displeasure

[dɪsˈplɛʒəʳ] n displeasure (at)dispiacere m (per)

displease

(disˈpliːz) verb
to offend or annoy. The children's behaviour displeased their father.
disˈpleased adjective
She was displeased with him for being late.
displeasure (disˈpleʒə) noun
disapproval. She showed her displeasure by leaving at once.
References in classic literature ?
At the slightest disappointment or displeasure, her velvety brown eyes filled with tears, and she would lift her chin and walk silently away.
The scout, who by this time was seated, examining into the state of his rifle with a species of parental assiduity, now looked up at the other in a displeasure that he did not affect to conceal, roughly interrupting further speech.
One inauspicious circumstance there was, which awakened a hardly concealed displeasure in the breasts of a few of the more punctilious visitors.
Some few years before, a negro woman, who had incurred Legree's displeasure, was confined there for several weeks.
If there was anything she did not wish to grow into, it was an idiot of any sort, particularly a driveling one; and she resolved to punish herself every time she incurred what she considered to be the righteous displeasure of her virtuous relative.
I wonder he did not remember the book"was all Harriet's answer, and spoken with a degree of grave displeasure which Emma thought might be safely left to itself.
His coldness and reserve mortified her severely; she was vexed and half angry; but resolving to regulate her behaviour to him by the past rather than the present, she avoided every appearance of resentment or displeasure, and treated him as she thought he ought to be treated from the family connection.
I was one of the last to go out, and in passing the tables, I saw one teacher take a basin of the porridge and taste it; she looked at the others; all their countenances expressed displeasure, and one of them, the stout one, whispered -
he soliloquised in an undertone of peevish displeasure, while relieving me of my horse: looking, meantime, in my face so sourly that I charitably conjectured he must have need of divine aid to digest his dinner, and his pious ejaculation had no reference to my unexpected advent.
It is represented that he is not in strong health, and has separated sadly from a friend who is under the displeasure of the Republic.
So saying, she embrac'd him, and for joy Tenderly wept, much won that he his Love Had so enobl'd, as of choice to incurr Divine displeasure for her sake, or Death.
His displeasure was expressed in broken sentences, partly muttered to himself, partly addressed to the domestics who stood around; and particularly to his cupbearer, who offered him from time to time, as a sedative, a silver goblet filled with wine ``Why tarries the Lady Rowena?