discontented

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showing or experiencing dissatisfaction or restless longing

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I hope it hasn't got any fevers or anything of that sort in it,' said Dick, sitting himself down discontentedly, between Mr Sampson and the chaste Sally.
From his wrinkled flabby face he looked over fifty; his little eyes were lost in fat and they looked out grimly, sternly and discontentedly.
Then comes, dropping after all, apemantus, discontentedly, like himself apemantus I scorn thy meat.
As a clinician, researcher, and educator in the CAM [complementary and alternative medicine] field since 1989, I have been discontentedly watching through my 5 degrees of formal education, 4 certifications, and countless CME [continuing medical education] courses, for who is doing that sustainable integration.
Before going in, Asya checked her reflection in the glass, adjusting her hair while discontentedly eyeing her breasts.
It would seem difficult for her to empathise with someone so discontentedly alone as Barbara, although she says she did feel for the character when her cat - her only true friend - had to be put down.
In 1851 he wrote: "[W]hen you put workmen into human dwellings, and give them a Christian education, so far from wishing discontentedly to rise out of their class, or to level others to it, exactly the opposite takes place.
But whatever you decide, someone close might be heard muttering discontentedly.
Milne therefore exhorted the Chinese to "seekGod's gracious favor; deal justly with all; let not the rich greedily oppress the poor, nor the poor discontentedly complain of their lot, for both rich and poor must shortly die.