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Correct spelling:
displeased (verb)
repelled, grated, disgusted, irritated, annoyed, provoked, bothered, angered, scandalized, aggrieved, shocked, displeased, offended, jarred, disturbed, disappointed.
Other synonyms:
rankled, irritated, ticked, ireful, steamed up, cockeyed, pie-eyed, stung, vexed, furious, wet, slopped, fuddled, loaded, enraged, blotto, smashed, displeased, shirty, plastered, steamed, squiffy, rabid, incensed, hopping, soused, teed off, peeved, churning, sore, annoyed, besotted, apoplectic, roiled, steaming, inflamed, pestered, tight, harassed, pixilated, hot, ballistic, cheesed off, foaming, harried, sozzled, stiff, sloshed, indignant, riley, pissed off, mad, choleric, roiling, irate, turbulent, livid, blind drunk, nettled, miffed, fuming, roily, infuriated, soaked, crocked, wrathful, infuriate, wroth, pissed, outraged, horn-mad.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I don't wonder was riled up. Pa - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
  2. At last he snarled: I'm a blasted old fool for to and all riled up so. goin' meetin' gittin' - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century", E. P. Roe.
  3. The more he was riled, the more he'd say to himself, course she's enjoying herself. 'Of - "The Twelfth Hour", Ada Leverson.

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