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Synonyms for discontented

Synonyms for discontented

showing or experiencing dissatisfaction or restless longing


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'Di ba narinig natin iyong mga bumoto, sinasabi nila they were discontented with the way it is being run,' Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in an interview over dzRH.
It is so easy to feel you need more, Always discontented and even sore, And the benefit of the things you call your own, Is spoiled when envy of others' goods is shown.
They found that 11.5% of the 8.5 million people in that age group are discontented, while fewer than 40% feel completely happy with life, compared to an average of 48%.
ISLAMABAD, February 06, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Former Prime Minister, Mir Zafar Ullah Jamali, has recommended to President Zardari to hold personal meeting with discontented elements of Balochistan.
Kalol (Gujarat), Apr 27 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani criticised the Congress Government here today and said people are discontented with the present administrative set up at the Centre.
Since having this dream I feel really discontented.
Frank Baum, best known for his children's classic "The Wizard of Oz", The Discontented Gopher is the story of Zikky the Gopher, who amazingly wins a fantastic golden ball and with it a difficult choice--riches or happiness?
Just how strong the coterie of discontented members is remains unclear.
Phoenix Dance is a young woman who lives in a kingdom torn by politics where discontented citizens act out against the power of the monarchy.
As confidants to the discontented, the editors of these newspapers published ideas and experiences not commonly found in public discourse from those who seldom saw their words in print.
But the models were so strict as to produce "a discontented self" (159); and when some of the natives suggested that Puritan faith itself was a human invention, they stirred and magnified the settlers' discontents about their religious identity.
In Alleyne's telling, with aid from playwright John Murrell, the regal and discontented Persephone is the cause of Eurydice's death.
The reader will learn which workers are most likely to feel discontented and how staff members cope with the stress and discontent they experience.
After years of efforts to make her life better through religion, she still remains discontented. She laments, "It weighed heavily on my mind that the next life might also fail to live up to my expectations" (SNKBT 24: 430-31).
To further examine discontented responses in Chinese and North American cultures, subjects from Canadian and Chinese cultures were asked to recall episodes in which they showed explicit discontent as well as those in which their discontent was repressed.