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Use "displeased" in a sentence
"The contemners of the additional act, deaf to the voice of reason, would judge of it only from its title; and as this title displeased and alarmed them, they persisted in blackening and condemning the work on the score of its name, according to the vulgar proverb, _Give a dog a bad name, and hang him_."
"And he has a right to do what he pleases with you and yours, and he may have his own reasons for what he has done, and he loves you very much, and you ought not to let him remain displeased with you one moment longer than you can help – he is in the place of a father to you, and you owe him a child's duty."
"The King frowned as though the name displeased him, then answered,"