Definition of disgruntled in English:

disgruntled

Syllabification: dis·grun·tled
Pronunciation: /disˈgrəntld
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

disgruntlement

noun
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  • Their disgruntlement and anger quickly and spontaneously generated lively discussions and organisation for women's right to be treated as intelligent equals to men, not sex objects and domestic slaves.
  • Most noticeably, the strikers gained negligible support and caused major public irritation, but this became quickly absorbed into the general disgruntlement with the state of the railways.
  • ‘One of the disgruntlements of the backbenchers is that they felt they hadn't any input into the new legislative programme,’ she says.

Origin

mid 17th century: from dis- (as an intensifier) + dialect gruntle 'utter little grunts', from grunt.

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