Make (someone) angry or dissatisfied: nothing disgruntles anyone more than the feeling they are being cheated
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- He was disgruntled by Clara's unflattering comments about his brother.
- The salaries of council managers came under the spotlight as municipal workers went on strike over pay and communities disgruntled by poor service delivery protested in many places.
- The event was organized by the District Council to make amends with locals disgruntled by weeks of traffic delays caused by roadworks.