displeasant

Related to displeasant: displeasure

displeasant

(dɪsˈplɛzənt)
adj
1. displeasing
2. displeased
vb (tr)
to render displeasing
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Edward Hall depicts Margaret's life back in France, where she returns after the wars, as "more lyke a death then a lyre," languishyng and mornyng in continuall sorowe, not so much for her self and her husbande, whose ages were almost consumed and worne, but for the losse of prince Edward her sonne (whome she and her husband thought to leue, both ouerlyuer of their progeny, and also of their kyngdome) to whome in this lyfe nothyng coulde be either more displeasant or greuous.
Be not greedy nor in lust after that, which is both displeasant vnto God: hurtfull to thy body; an enemy to thy soule: and a shortner of thy life: which is: Wine, Welth and Women (46).
Be not greedy nor in lust after that, which is both displeasant vnto God; hurtfull to thy body; an enemy to thy soule; and a shortner of thy life: which is, Wine, Wealth and Women (38).