verb (used with object)
- discontinuation test,
Origin of discontent
Examples from the Web for discontentment
The professional photographers were stressed out, but it seemed to be a general discomfort, a general stress of discontentment.I Snuck Into Proenza Schouler: A Tale of New York Fashion Week by Jacob Tomsky|Jacob Tomsky|September 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Now in this discontentment you gave him the Book, and he gave it his brother.
This, if it may be done without the Discontentment of my People, will be an unspeakable Contentment to me.Charles I|Jacob Abbott
And so much of public envy or discontentment, and the difference thereof from private envy, which was handled in the first place.
And in this point of view there is no dissatisfaction or discontentment with the construction of the world.
There is no fear of discontentment on his part; and on yours, I feel more than certain, that you will give him no occasion.Letters of John Calvin, Volume I (of 4)|Jules Bonnet