DISPLEASED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for DISPLEASED?

Need another word that means the same as “displeased”? Find 4 synonyms and 30 related words for “displeased” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Displeased” are: dissatisfied, discontented, disappointed, disgruntled

Displeased as an Adjective

Definitions of "Displeased" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “displeased” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Not pleased; experiencing or manifesting displeasure.
  • Feeling or showing annoyance and displeasure.

Synonyms of "Displeased" as an adjective (4 Words)

disappointedDisappointingly unsuccessful.
The rising was a revolution of disappointed hopes.
discontentedDissatisfied, especially with one’s circumstances.
Strikes by discontented workers.
disgruntledAngry or dissatisfied.
Judges receive letters from disgruntled members of the public.
dissatisfiedIn a state of sulky dissatisfaction.
Dissatisfied customers.

Usage Examples of "Displeased" as an adjective

  • He was displeased with your work.

Associations of "Displeased" (30 Words)

abhorFind repugnant.
He abhorred sexism in every form.
abhorrenceA feeling of revulsion; disgusted loathing.
The thought of marrying him filled her with abhorrence.
abhorrentOffensive to the mind.
An abhorrent deed.
abominateFind repugnant.
They abominated the very idea of monarchy.
abominationHate coupled with disgust.
His treatment of the children is an abomination.
arroganceThe quality of being arrogant.
The arrogance of this man is astounding.
avengeInflict harm in return for (an injury or wrong done to oneself or another.
They avenged themselves on the interlopers.
aversionA strong dislike or disinclination.
My dog s pet aversion is visitors particularly males.
despiteContempt; disdain.
She wanted neither favor nor despite.
detestDislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards.
She detests politicians.
detestationHate coupled with disgust.
He is the detestation of the neighbourhood.
disfavorPut at a disadvantage; hinder, harm.
He is in disfavor with the king.
disinclinedUnwilling; reluctant.
Disinclined to say anything to anybody.
dislikeHave or feel a dislike or distaste for.
She disliked any kind of unnecessary rudeness.
displeasureAnnoy; displease.
He started hanging around the local pubs much to the displeasure of his mother.
execrableDeserving a curse.
Execrable cheap wine.
halfheartedFeeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm.
A halfhearted effort.
hateAn intensely disliked person or thing.
The boys hate each other.
loatheFeel intense dislike or disgust for.
She loathed him on sight.
loathingA feeling of intense dislike or disgust; hatred.
The thought filled him with loathing.
misanthropeSomeone who dislikes people in general.
Scrooge wasn t the mean spirited misanthrope most of us believe him to be.
misanthropicBelieving the worst of human nature and motives; having a sneering disbelief in e.g. selflessness of others.
With his misanthropic outlook he was an ugly character.
misanthropyA dislike of humankind.
The streak of misanthropy in his nature.
nauseatingCausing or able to cause nausea.
Some nauseating sentimental ditty.
negativeA negative photographic image made on film or specially prepared glass from which positive prints may be made.
The percentage of false negatives generated by a cancer test was of great concern.
odiumGeneral or widespread hatred or disgust incurred by someone as a result of their actions.
He incurred widespread odium for military failures and government corruption.
repellingHighly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust.
repugnantGiven to stubborn resistance.
Morally repugnant customs.
undesirableOne whose presence is undesirable.
The drug s undesirable side effects.
unpleasantOffensive or disagreeable; causing discomfort or unhappiness.
When drunk he could become very unpleasant.

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