Sentence for displeasure | Use displeasure in a sentence

Displeasure sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use displeasure in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for displeasure.

  • Displeasure was manifest, and why? (10)
  • There was no sign of displeasure, or even of hearing her. (4)
  • Miss Macroyd, in token of her displeasure, laughed no longer. (9)
  • She was almost vexed into displeasure and anger against Edmund. (4)
  • The question made the baronet raise his brows with some displeasure. (10)
  • The momentary displeasure which she had shown at her banishment was over. (9)
  • A great deal of very reasonable, very just displeasure I had to persuade away. (4)
  • Mind you are not to show this to any of your friends on pain of my displeasure. (10)
  • It is too loathsome to think of: worse than the whip; worse than your displeasure. (10)
  • The only thing I apprehend is your displeasure with me for having gone to the man. (10)
  • And the lion began to scowl, and the other beasts marked the displeasure of the lion. (10)
  • Mrs. Pasmer read it, not only without indignation, but apparently without displeasure. (9)
  • Our world has many ways for signifying its displeasure, but it cannot brand an angel. (10)
  • His sternness and the fear of his displeasure overcame the braves of the Five Nations. (19)
  • He laughed and joked recklessly, and Alice began to mark a more explicit displeasure with her. (9)
  • Thou knowest we are a fallen house, through the displeasure of the Emperor on my dead husband. (10)
  • The judge witnessed it all with a grave displeasure, more and more painfully apparent to his wife. (9)
  • He knew her words were loosed against himself, and, as always at a sign of her displeasure, was afraid. (8)
  • The ladies, perhaps from a deficient sense of humor, listened with undisguised displeasure to this speech. (9)
  • His displeasure against herself she trusted, reasoning differently from Mrs. Norris, would now be done away. (4)
  • Stoller had sulkily recurred to his displeasure, once or twice, and Burnamy suffered it submissively until now. (9)
  • Miss Naylor looked at her in that concentrated manner with which she was in the habit of expressing displeasure. (8)
  • In a vague way, Dan felt her displeasure with that passage of his history, but no man could have fully imagined it. (9)
  • It is a relation which you tell me is to give you great surprise; I hope at least it will not afford you any displeasure. (4)
  • She would have fled from him, but a dread of the displeasure of the Chief restrained her, knowing Ruark a soul of wrath. (10)

Also see sentences for: anger, disapprobation, disapproval, dislike, grudge, pet, pique.

Definition of displeasure:

  • displeasure, dis-plezh’r, n. the feeling of one who is offended: anger: cause of irritation. | v.t. (_arch._) to displease, offend.(0)

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