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disgruntled

[ dis-gruhn-tld ]
/ dɪsˈgrʌn tld /
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adjective
displeased and discontented; sulky; peevish: Her disgruntled husband refused to join us.
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Origin of disgruntled

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British Dictionary definitions for disgruntled

disgruntled
/ (dɪsˈɡrʌntəld) /

adjective
feeling or expressing discontent or anger
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