displeasure collocations and examples

 UK /dɪsˈpleʒə(r)/

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the feeling of being annoyed or unhappy


Adjectives frequently used with displeasure
great: considerable, evident, extreme, greatThe government has done nothing to conceal its great displeasure with these developments.of God: divineFloods are less likely to be associated with divine displeasure than with greedy property developers building on flood plains.
Verbs frequently used with displeasure
experience someone’s displeasure: incurHe incurred the displeasure of his family when he gave up a business career and took up boxing.express one’s displeasure: express, register, show, signal, vent, voiceThe medical profession has expressed its displeasure at its exclusion from these discussions.
 
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