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1. He is much displeased with you.
2. Her reply displeased her father.
3. I wouldn't want to do anything to displease him.
4. He was displeased about the whole affair.
5. She was displeased at her daughter's behaviour.
6. He'd do anything rather than displease his parents.
7. They feared that he would revile them if they displeased him.
8. He looked extremely displeased.
9. Many voters are displeased with the government's policies.
10. Are you displeased with my work?
11. Father was displeased with Tom's work.
12. Her insolence greatly displeased the judge.
13. He looked displeased but she ploughed on regardless .
14. City officials are displeased with the lack of progress.
15. Mary was displeased at his rudeness.
16. His remarks were clearly not displeasing to her.
17. No sooner had I uttered the words than I could have kicked myself, for I knew they would displease him.
18. The old lady was displeased with the children's naughty behaviour.
19. Modern music can at first seem displeasing to the ear.
20. Not wishing to displease her, he avoided answering the question.
21. The old man was displeased and darted an angry look at me.
22. Not only do I find this displeasing on the eye but I feel it contributed significantly to our eventual relegation.
23. Such conduct is displeasing to your parents.
24. The noise was very displeasing to him.
25. His voice is displeasing to me.
26. She thought him insipid, silly, stupid, useless, foppish, displeasing, impertinent, and extremely ugly.
27. Omit no harsh line , smooth away no displeasing irregularity.
28. Yet,[sentencedict.com] neglecting them is even more sinful and displeasing to God.
29. He was persuaded that disunity in the church was displeasing to heaven and bad for the empire's success and prosperity.
30. Nehemiah clearly pointed to them that such behaviors are displeasing to God.
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