discontent


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Synonyms for discontent

Synonyms for discontent

unhappiness caused by the failure of one's hopes, desires, or expectations

to cause unhappiness by failing to satisfy the hopes, desires, or expectations of

Synonyms for discontent

a longing for something better than the present situation

make dissatisfied

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showing or experiencing dissatisfaction or restless longing

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Like doubling down, this approach is doomed to fail, further increasing the discontent felt by those left behind.
There are three responses to globalized discontent with globalization.
BEIRUT: The letter sent to the Arab Summit last week by five former presidents and prime ministers of Lebanon was intended to strengthen the Lebanese state, not sow discontent, former Prime Minister and Tripoli MP Najib Mikati said Monday.
His discontent and complaints about life and training sessions at Chelsea have not gone unnoticed around the club.
Morales got the support of some 70 percent of voters in Guatemala, where public discontent with the authorities grew after a major corruption scandal.
She also explores the subsequent narratives of the Winter of Discontent which, as "myths" and "folk tales," have served to discredit the labour movement and bolster Thatcherism in the popular political imagination.
Mr Davies said that while he had noticed signs of discontent since he became leader two-and-a-half years ago, he remained "committed to making sure we have a progressive agenda going into 2016" Asked if he would be leading the Welsh Conservatives into the 2016 assembly elections, he said: "I'm committed to being there.
plant on the river Marts; parents of the soldiers killed in non-combat incidents; and citizens discontent with the rise in gas and electric
In a bid to appease public discontent, Prime Minister Borisov vowed that a procedure for withdrawing the license of CEZ would be started, which was subsequently rejected.
The source, who refused to be identified, told Sadr Times that "Maliki met a number of religious clergymen in Iraq during the Non-Alligned Summit, prominently Mahmoud Shahrawardi, who expressed their discontent with the night clubs in Baghdad and some other cities.
From Richard III's diagnosis of the "winter of our discontent" (1597) through Thomas Carlyle's description of the "bitter discontent [.
asks Giles Turnbull reports Listen carefully, and you'll hear rumblings of discontent from deep within the Twitterverse.
China's banking regulator has started investigating the fee-based businesses of banks after rising discontent over the increase in the types of fees.
ANOTHER Winter of Discontent could be on its way, unions have warned.
8 September 2011 -- US online group Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) has parted ways with chief executive Carol Bartz amid investors' discontent over its low share price, weak growth and the way she handled the company's Asian business, the Financial Times reports.