displease

verb

Dialects

Emoji One Apple Twemoji Facebook Messenger Google
Emoji One's unamused face emoji Apple's unamused face emoji Twemoji's unamused face emoji Facebook's unamused face emoji Messenger's unamused face emoji Google's unamused face emoji
Emoji One's confounded face emoji Apple's confounded face emoji Twemoji's confounded face emoji Facebook's confounded face emoji Messenger's confounded face emoji Google's confounded face emoji
Emoji One's angry face emoji Apple's angry face emoji Twemoji's angry face emoji Facebook's angry face emoji Messenger's angry face emoji Google's angry face emoji
Emoji One's pouting cat face emoji Apple's pouting cat face emoji Twemoji's pouting cat face emoji Facebook's pouting cat face emoji Messenger's pouting cat face emoji Google's pouting cat face emoji
Emoji One's man pouting emoji Apple's man pouting emoji Twemoji's man pouting emoji Facebook's man pouting emoji Messenger does not support man pouting emoji Google's man pouting emoji
Emoji One's woman pouting emoji Apple's woman pouting emoji Twemoji's woman pouting emoji Facebook's woman pouting emoji Messenger does not support woman pouting emoji Google's woman pouting emoji
Emoji One's anger symbol emoji Apple's anger symbol emoji Twemoji's anger symbol emoji Facebook's anger symbol emoji Messenger's anger symbol emoji Google's anger symbol emoji

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French desplaisir, from des- (expressing reversal) + plaisir ‘to please’, from Latin placere.

Pronunciation

  • displease /dɪsˈpliːz/