disgruntled


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Synonyms for disgruntled

Synonyms for disgruntled

in a state of sulky dissatisfaction

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March 28 /PRNewswire/ -- DISGRUNTLED, "The Business Magazine For People Who Work For A Living" said it has rescinded its offer to make a cash donation to the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, saying the school did not show the same courtesy to it that it had extended to other corporate donors.
The difference between DISGRUNTLED and other business magazines is employees are the protagonists of our stories," said Daniel S.
By offering generous financial rewards to disgruntled employees, we believe the Business Software Alliance is actually incentivizing non-compliance to generate revenue, because in many instances, the informants are the very people responsible for software compliance at the companies they report.
A DISGRUNTLED brewery supervisor burned down a distillery in a pounds 40m blaze, after he complained to them of feeling undervalued and underpaid, it was alleged in court.
Disgruntled in Orlando: Tracy McGrady's disgruntled season just keeps getting worse.
The company believed that this investigation was the result of false allegations made by a disgruntled former employee of a consulting firm.
First, the BSA aggressively markets to disgruntled employees, offering financial incentives to make anonymous tips against their employers.
For instance, was it a disgruntled patient (or more likely a member of the patient's family) who wrote: ``A young physician fattens the graveyard''?
But Scott said the case was more about McMurray being disgruntled because she claims she was overlooked for other positions, including parks director.
The police chief said: "It was quite positive, but there is some indication that he is disgruntled he lost his hostage.
E[acute accent]First, the BSA aggressively markets to disgruntled employees, offering financial incentives to make anonymous tips against their employers.
This is not a disgruntled Scottish fan but a disgruntled football fan, who'd appreciate any exhibit of true world class football.
It might have been a disgruntled employee or someone upset with their dealings with the place.
We won't bore you with descriptions of them all - the movie does a sufficient job of that - but you can bet ex-lovers, disgruntled co-workers, blazing neurotics and feuding neighbors make for a less-than-cordial event.
We are, of course, disappointed that the jury agreed with Jam Sports' other claim and failed to see this case for what it actually was -- a disgruntled competitor that could not succeed in the marketplace and so took its case to a courtroom.