Noun(1) a person who is discontented or disgusted
Adjective(1) discontented as toward authority
(1) Yep, just this past Friday, while you were reading Zack's hilariously malcontent article about NASA's shortcomings, I was busy getting diagnosed with mono.(2) At the same time, Jean Charest had not yet won acceptance as an alternative premier among francophones, so malcontent Liberal voters were temporarily redirected to the rising ADQ.(3) With Warrick, the Bengals could unload malcontent Carl Pickens.(4) Saddled with retirement, shocked by the sudden death of his wife, Schmidt (played by a very remarkable Nicholson) has only his malcontent daughter's wedding in front of him.(5) Itinerant malcontent Ben Rumson saves the life of a stranger injured in a runaway wagon accident.(6) Getting rid of malcontent Raul Mondesi should do a lot to help an uneven chemistry in the clubhouse, though Garry Sheffield remains a simmering pot.(7) Should every high school be running its own malcontent search engine?(8) With every extra day which passes of the strike that has removed the NHL from centre stage, another 24 hours of potential dialogue between the feuding owners and their malcontent players is lost.(9) First they shipped malcontent Bonzi Wells to Memphis in exchange for Wes Person and a conditional first-round draft pick.(10) With a chronically malcontent mother and a father for whom all of life's best opportunities appear to have passed him by, is singularly determined.(11) You're right that pickiness can be a kind of malcontent rejection of the goodness God sends our way.(12) Even if it's revealed that Doom 3 will revolve around a feline assisting a malcontent teen and a hapless FBI agent in solving a kidnapping, I'll still buy it.(13) But the Hawks have given Stotts terrible teams with malcontent stars and awful role players.(14) One of them, John Cecil, was a malcontent soldier.(15) Winning hearts and minds took a backseat to overawing malcontent factions with an overwhelming and, for all intents and purposes, enduring show of force.(16) But as he was relied on more and more to save the day, our malcontent primate became a viable source of heroism, humor, and unpredictability.
1. ill-affected ::
2. rebellious ::
3. disaffected ::
4. troublemaker ::
5. mischief-maker ::
6. agitator ::
7. dissident ::
8. rebel ::
9. rabble-rouser ::
10. discontent ::
15. grouch ::
16. grump ::
18. kvetch ::
19. squeaky wheel ::
Different Formsmalcontent, malcontents
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