disgruntle

Disgruntle vs Discontented - What's the difference?

disgruntle | discontented |


As a verb disgruntle

is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

As an adjective discontented is

experiencing discontent, dissatisfaction.

Disappointment vs Disgruntle - What's the difference?

disappointment | disgruntle |


As a noun disappointment

is (uncountable) the emotion felt when a strongly held expectation is not met.

As a verb disgruntle is

to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

Disgruntle vs Annoy - What's the difference?

disgruntle | annoy |


In lang=en terms the difference between disgruntle and annoy

is that disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper while annoy is to molest; to harm; to injure.

As verbs the difference between disgruntle and annoy

is that disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper while annoy is to disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds.

As a noun annoy is

a feeling of discomfort or vexation caused by what one dislikes.

Disgruntle vs Dissatisfied - What's the difference?

disgruntle | dissatisfied |


As verbs the difference between disgruntle and dissatisfied

is that disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper while dissatisfied is (dissatisfy).

As an adjective dissatisfied is

feeling or displaying disappointment or a lack of contentment.

Disgruntle - What does it mean?

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Disgruntle vs Malcontent - What's the difference?

disgruntle | malcontent |


As a verb disgruntle

is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

As an adjective malcontent is

dissatisfied with current conditions; discontented.

As a noun malcontent is

a person who is not satisfied with current conditions; a discontented person.

Disgruntle vs Indignant - What's the difference?

disgruntle | indignant |


As a verb disgruntle

is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

As an adjective indignant is

showing anger or indignation, especially at something unjust or wrong.

Disgruntle vs Dissatisfy - What's the difference?

disgruntle | dissatisfy |


As verbs the difference between disgruntle and dissatisfy

is that disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper while dissatisfy is to fail to satisfy.

Insult vs Disgruntle - What's the difference?

insult | disgruntle | Related terms |

Insult is a related term of disgruntle.


In lang=en terms the difference between insult and disgruntle

is that insult is to offend (someone) by being rude, insensitive or insolent; to demean or affront (someone) while disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

As verbs the difference between insult and disgruntle

is that insult is (obsolete|intransitive) to behave in an obnoxious and superior manner (over, against) while disgruntle is to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

As a noun insult

is an action or form of speech deliberately intended to be rude.

Gall vs Disgruntle - What's the difference?

gall | disgruntle | Related terms |

Gall is a related term of disgruntle.


As a noun gall

is foreigner.

As a verb disgruntle is

to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

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