miscontent

miscontent

(ˌmɪskənˈtɛnt)
adj
discontented; dissatisfied
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Likewise, the mention of the Gothic spurs another source of miscontent, especially for the specialist in literature: despite the title of the study, a discussion of the literary Gothic is relatively rare.
I do not know why this issue of accent is coming back by miscontent people looking to give explanation for non successes.