dis·con·tent / ˌdiskənˈtent/ • n. lack of contentment; dissatisfaction with one's circumstances: popular discontent with the system had been general for several years | the discontents and anxieties of the working class. ∎ a person who is dissatisfied, typically with the prevailing social or political situation: the cause attracted a motley crew of discontents and zealots. DERIVATIVES: dis·con·tent·ment n.
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- a grievance, especially one that is the cause of a legal action.
- an abnormal pleasure in complaints.
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