displeasure

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It troubled her that she should notice it, and she looked up questioningly and almost with displeasure at the man as though it was his fault.
We come humbly to ask your majesty," replied Pelisson, upon whom emotion was fast gaining, "to permit us, without incurring the displeasure of your majesty, to lend to Madame Fouquet two thousand pistoles collected among the old friends of her husband, in order that the widow may not stand in need of the necessaries of life.
The wolves behind collided with the young wolf and expressed their displeasure by administering sharp nips on his hind-legs and flanks.
Is her son determined to submit to this, and to all the tediousness of the many years of suspense in which it may involve you, rather than run the risk of her displeasure for a while by owning the truth?
Let us drop that subject if you please,' said he, in evident displeasure.
The North American Review could not, without some displeasure, contemplate so much glory monopolized by England.