The condition or fact of being displeased; dissatisfaction.(noun)
Discomfort, uneasiness, or pain.(noun)
Archaic An injurious offense.(noun)
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Use "displeasure" in a sentence
"But now his displeasure is against her; he is angry with her, and appears and acts against her as an enemy."
"And confronted by adult displeasure from the Obama Adm., the angry response is – YOU CAN'T MAKE ME."
"Her displeasure is predominantly for the Republicans in the chamber who have institutionalized the filibuster to halt the legislative process."