Definition for disgruntled (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), dis·grun·tled, dis·grun·tling.
Related formsdis·grun·tle·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for disgruntled
Hollywood sure hopes so, because the idea that disgruntled insiders could do this is terrifying to Tinsel Town.Pyongyang Shuffle: Hollywood In Dead Panic Over Sony Hack|James Poulos|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It also engaged two marginalized groups, the Shia Houthi and some of the disgruntled movements in the south.Obama’s ‘Yemen Model’ for the War on ISIS Is a Wreck|Shuaib Almosawa|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
David Ruffin, the disgruntled lead singer of The Temptations, complained that the company kept him in “economic peonage.”
Caught napping during a game against the Red Sox, one disgruntled fan is trying to turn his embarrassment into a fortune.
After all, how hard is it really for a disgruntled patient to log into Vitals or Healthgrades and give you a one-star review?Is the Doctor-Patient Relationship Turning Into a Business Partnership?|Russell Saunders|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"Glad they're enjoying it," he gave back with a disgruntled air that Ruth determinedly ignored.The Innocent Adventuress|Mary Hastings Bradley
Bud and Kit stood on either side of her, to protect her from the remarks of the disgruntled gamblers.Ted Strong's Motor Car|Edward C. Taylor
Channing appears to have been a crotchety, disgruntled person, always aiming at walking on his head instead of on his heels.The Last Harvest|John Burroughs
Presently the auto chugged off, leaving the disgruntled youth standing on the sidewalk following it with his eyes.The Girl Aviators and the Phantom Airship|Margaret Burnham
There was the disgruntled one among us—as there always is—but no one could take exception in earnest to the meals set before us.Earliest Years at Vassar|Frances A. Wood