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
Such difficulties, also, suddenly arose as plainly showed that our plans for this voyage were displeasing to the Evil Spirit.
This time it was a problem that was not displeasing, though Mr. Talpers was not quite sure as yet how it should be followed out.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
If she had any “citified airs” they were not of the kind that are especially displeasing to country people.David Fleming's Forgiveness|Margaret Murray Robertson
He was past the bloom of youth, but still his fine clothes and his reputed wealth were displeasing to me.Wild Western Scenes|John Beauchamp Jones
If we add to this evil, the attendant glitter upon glitter, we have a perfect farrago of discordant and displeasing effects.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe