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malcontent

noun agitator, anarchist, ardent chammion of change, brawler, caviler, censurer, complainant, complainer, critic, crusader, demonstrator, detractor, diehard, disputer, dissenter, dissentient, dissident, extremist, fanatic, faultfinder, fighter, fretter, griper, grumbler, heretic, homo rerum novarum cupidus, instigator, insubordinate, insurgent, insurrectionist, kicker, mutineer, nihilist, nonconformist, noncooperator, objector, obstructionist, petitioner, political agitator, protester, rabble-rouser, radical, reactionary, reactionist, rebel, recusant, reformer, renegade, repiner, resister, revolter, revolutionary, revolutionist, rioter, seditionary, seditionist, traitor, troublemaker, whiner, wrangler
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Evaluate whether these complainers are born malcontents whose personalities are that way no matter what the environment; or whether a different, more positive environment would result in a behavioral change.
There's a reason certain athletes are known as malcontents.
3) The Malcontent (1603), however, despite its status as Marston's best known play, has received virtually no attention along these lines; rather, critics have generally focused on its brilliant exploration of role-play and its closely-related doubleness of theme, mood, and structure.
Plays discussed include Lyly's Endymion, Greene's Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Tempest, Marston's The Malcontent, Middleton's Michaelmas Term, Jonson's Bartholomew Fair, Shirley's The Lady of Ple asure, and Brome's A Jovial Crew.
However, McKay's malcontent is exiled and disgraced within a "cultured hell"; he is not thrown out, but contained.
University of La Verne College of Law is pleased to announce that Professors Juanda Lowder Daniel and Kevin Marshall were recently honored by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) with the 2006 Holmes-Cardozo Distinguished Submitted Conference Paper Award for their analysis of construction contract law in their paper "Avoiding Economic Waste in Contract Damages: Myths, Misunderstandings and Malcontent.
The professionalism of the armed forces is a deterrent to any warped malcontent thinking of targeting the Games.
She plays a malcontent Texan woman who has an affair with a troubled co-worker at a downtown hardware store.
Regrettably the focal point of the film is Roger Greenberg (Stiller), a 40-year-old malcontent who walked away from a recording contract and potential fame and fortune with his band, Magic Marker.
Malcontent Attacks 1600: The Secret Service identified the man who jumped over the fence onto the White House lawn as a disgruntled loser who just couldn`t forget the past.
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Had he known about the latter, Whitten said he would have polygraphed Cubela, which might have put to rest suspicions that the malcontent commandante could have been Castro's double agent.