discontentedly


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dis·con·tent·ed

 (dĭs′kən-tĕn′tĭd)
adj.
Restlessly unhappy; malcontent.

dis′con·tent′ed·ly adv.
dis′con·tent′ed·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.discontentedly - with discontent; in a discontented manner; "he was still rumbling discontentedly when Pike returned bearing a folder of foolscap sheets"
Translations
بِعَدَم رِضى
nespokojeně
misfornøjet
elégedetlenül
meî óánægju
nespokojne
hoşnutsuzküskün bir hâlde

discontentedly

advunzufrieden

discontentedly

[ˌdɪskənˈtɛntɪdlɪ] advcon insoddisfazione

discontent

(diskənˈtent) noun
the state of not being contented; dissatisfaction. There is a lot of discontent among young people.
ˌdisconˈtented adjective
dissatisfied or not happy. She's discontented with her life; a discontented expression.
ˌdisconˈtentedly adverb
ˌdisconˈtentment noun
References in classic literature ?
Nothing exciting has happened for ever so long," said the Story Girl discontentedly, one late May evening, as we lingered under the wonderful white bloom of the cherry trees.
Agatha had strolled to the window, and was looking discontentedly at the prospect, as she had often done at school when alone, and sometimes did now in society.
Nicholas, who had left his nephew, irritably pushed up an armchair, sat down in it, and listened to Pierre, coughing discontentedly and frowning more and more.
Mukhorty too laid back his ears and shook his head discontentedly.
I don't see how you managed to get this good room when you're such new scholars," she finished discontentedly.
returned Sancho discontentedly and bitterly, "when it is plain that all the devils have been at me this night?
You have already told my valet as much," broke in Porthos, discontentedly.
While these words were being spoken, I saw Screw's eyes wandering discontentedly and amazedly round the room.
I hope it hasn't got any fevers or anything of that sort in it,' said Dick, sitting himself down discontentedly, between Mr Sampson and the chaste Sally.
There were, certainly, no particular attractions, either in the room over which the glance of Mr Squeers so discontentedly wandered, or in the narrow street into which it might have penetrated, if he had thought fit to approach the window.