Origin of displease
OTHER WORDS FROM displeasedis·pleas·ing·ly, adverbdis·pleas·ing·ness, nounself-dis·pleased, adjective
How to use displease in a sentence
What actually sounds pleasing and displeasing to us, how we listen, how we learn to listen, how we engage with sound.
He said Mr. Spielberg was very displeased and wanted me to leave the island.My Time on the Set of 'Jaws,' or How to Get a Photo of a Frickin' Mechanical Shark|Tom Shales|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Wen Xiaowu, another visitor, said he believed China's president would be "displeased" with his Communist colleagues in Zhejiang.Christians Form Human Shield Around Church in China's 'Jerusalem'|The Telegraph|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They will probably be more displeased if they see them trying to game the system.
So on October 14, 1999, the leader of the displeased, Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, challenged McCain to defend his charges.
“No dictator is displeased by cartoons showing him as a power-seeking world-beater,” he would say.
Jane, who was far from pleased with her reception in the hall, was exceedingly displeased with her reception in the saloon.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
This reasoning displeased the dwarfs, and one of them named Tad denounced it with much indignation.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
It came, therefore, to the Consul's ears that Jacob Worse was courting, and it both displeased and made him anxious.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
On seeing the three strangers, this high and mighty personage frowned with an intensely surprised and displeased air.
But on the whole, I am far indeed from being displeased with the tailie.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson