Make (someone) angry or dissatisfied: nothing disgruntles anyone more than the feeling they are being cheated
More example sentences
- There aren't any foreign language soundtracks available on the disc, which could disgruntle some.
- The car's make-over may disgruntle a few buyers who love Audis precisely because they're not BMWs.
- This new action-heavy approach threatens to disgruntle hardcore fans of the series.
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