unpleased

unpleased

(ʌnˈpliːzd)
adj
not pleased; displeased
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All that unpleased the opponents of the CPEC like the US and India that desire Chinese should abandon the project.
Police said that accused hailing from Aslam Town of Rajanpur was unpleased over third wedding of his mother which led to domestic issues.
Both were very unpleased with Ankara's contradictory attitude towards the jihadist group ISIL and its pursuit of the Kurds, which France very much counted upon in its fight against the terrorists.
An official with Moscow's Emergency Ministry was earlier quoted as saying by Interfax news agency that a malfunction at a Moscow refinery had caused an unpleased smell in some parts of the Russian capital.
Forget people, even animals are unpleased with you (Congress).
817 be unpleased and difficult Domain 2 Negative Perception of TB treatment Q2,1--I perceive that TB treatment can 0.
But given these circumstances, most of the generals, if not all, will be leaving the army unpleased, which is presumably part of the reason underlying delays for such decision, often resulting in fear that mandatory retirement of uniformed workers could lead to rebellions.
Slovenia was quite unpleased with this "acceleration" and started lobbying that something should be done in the field of R&D during its Presidency.
The teenagers deprived by their rights, without hope, but quite unpleased, will be the most powerful insurgents against the world order that America strives to provide" [13].
Al-Hamwi: UNHRC Session Aims to Further Complicate Syrian Crisis Al-Hamwi said that the aim of the UN Human Rights Council session is to issue vindictive and unjust decisions that further complicate the crisis in Syria, especially that ''they are unpleased with Syria's commitment to the plan of the UN Envoy to Syria.
The source explained that this minority was lured by foreign hands unpleased of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's honorable positions towards the Arab and Islamic nation.
Turkey was particularly unpleased with Moscow's decision not to cooperate at the UN to facilitate an end to the crisis.