Davies said he disregarded these orders but did not want to displease a man he respected so much.
This will displease only hawks who pray for large-scale U.S. air attacks plus lots of U.S. aid and ground-level advice.
If I displease your eyes, I shall, at any rate, preserve in your heart the place that you have conceded me.
It did not displease him to know that the Carleton boys hated him.
They were cracked and bruised, but the sight did not displease him.
He was the champion of the Indians when to advocate their cause was to displease many.
Besides, he had a sore conviction that the girl would not do anything to displease her father.
You mean that you went because you did not like to displease us by staying away?
But "No," he decided, "it would be greedy and might displease the fairies."
We are constrained by love to him who gave his life for us, to do nothing to displease him.