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1. I wouldn't want to do anything to displease him.
2. He'd do anything rather than displease his parents.
3. Glaring colours displease the eye.
4. Not wishing to displease her, he avoided answering the question.
5. Other parents fear that they may displease, and therefore lose the love of, their children if they are too strict.
6. You displease your father when you don't obey him.
7. She couldn't afford to displease her boss.
8. Your letter is always full of things displease me.
9. Well,(sentencedict.com) I can't afford to displease my boss.
10. It would be prudent not to displease your higher - ups, if you ask for my advice.
11. It will be prudent not to displease your higher - ups, if you ask for my advice.
12. There's always something about success that displease even your best friend.
13. No sooner had I uttered the words than I could have kicked myself, for I knew they would displease him.
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14. In trying to amuse children and grown-ups, it contains scenes which will displease both.
15. Just like a shark, she thought for the second time that night, and the image didn't entirely displease her.
16. Wherefore now return , and go in peace , that thou displease not the lords of the Philistines.
17. She pulls a long face as soon as anything happens to displease her.
18. He knew that to ask for higher pay would displease his boss, but anyway he decided to take the bull by the horns.
19. Turn back and go in peace ; do nothing to displease the Philistine rulers.
20. What good does it do to speak learnedly about the Trinity if, lacking humility, you displease the Trinity?
21. Optimism assumes , or attempts to prove, that the universe exists to please us displease us.
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