displeasure noun

ADJ. deep | divine, official, royal He saw the English victory as a sign of divine displeasure.

VERB + DISPLEASURE cause, incur His tactless words had incurred his father's deep displeasure. | express, show, voice | conceal, hide He made no attempt to hide his displeasure.

PREP. ~ at his displeasure at being ignored | ~ with her displeasure with her colleagues