Sinônimos de disappointment
the feeling of being disappointedThey expressed their disappointment at what had happened.
He expressed great regret.
There are reports of widespread discontent in the capital.
job dissatisfaction among teachers
There is a general sense of disillusionment with the government.
Much to his chagrin, she didn't remember him at all.
There is growing disenchantment with the government.
There's a mood of gloom and despondency in the country.
There's a sense of discouragement creeping into the workforce.
The chairman tried to hide his mortification.
a person or thing that disappointsThe defeat was a bitter disappointment.
There was a great sense of letdown because the doctors had been so confident.
The ruling comes as a blow to environmentalists.
the second air disaster in less than two months
The marriage was a failure and they both wanted to be free of it.
He has suffered a serious setback in his political career.
The party was a bit of a fiasco.
He had had his full share of misfortunes.
calamity, , ,
This course of action could only end in calamity.
The concert was a total washout.
His international career ended in anticlimax.
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in the sense of anticlimax
a disappointing conclusion to a series of eventsHis international career ended in anticlimax.
in the sense of blow
a sudden setbackThe ruling comes as a blow to environmentalists.
in the sense of calamity
a disaster or misfortuneThis course of action could only end in calamity.
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