displeasure

[ dis-plezh-er ]
/ dɪsˈplɛʒ ər /

noun

dissatisfaction, disapproval, or annoyance.
discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.
Archaic. a cause of offense, annoyance, or injury.

verb (used with object), dis·pleas·ured, dis·pleas·ur·ing.

Archaic. to displease.

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Origin of displeasure

1400–50; dis-1 + pleasure; replacing late Middle English desplaisir<Middle French (noun use of infinitive); see displease

synonym study for displeasure

OTHER WORDS FROM displeasure

dis·pleas·ure·a·ble, adjectivedis·pleas·ure·a·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for displeasure

displeasure
/ (dɪsˈplɛʒə) /

noun

the condition of being displeased
archaic
  1. pain
  2. an act or cause of offence

verb

an archaic word for displease
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