- 1Sadness or displeasure caused by the non-fulfilment of one’s hopes or expectations: to her disappointment, there was no chance to talk privately with LukeMore example sentences
- And yet there lingers a hint of disappointment at certain elements of their cricket.
- You can read in the paintings the emptiness and disappointment at the end of the huge party.
- I am writing to express my great disappointment to learn that one of your employees has been sacked.
- 1.1 [count noun] A person or thing that causes disappointment: the job proved a disappointment I was a big disappointment to herMore example sentences
- This, however, leads to one of the biggest disappointments of the evening: the sound.
- The only disappointments are the two stifled and formulaic physique shots of young men in posing pouches.
- After many such disappointments, he realised the wisdom of moving away from the political arena.