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Disaffected vs. Malcontent

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Disaffectedverb

simple past tense and past participle of disaffect

Malcontentadjective

dissatisfied with current conditions; disaffected, discontented, rebellious

Disaffectedadjective

Alienated or estranged, often with hostile effect; rebellious, resentful; disloyal.

Malcontentnoun

a person who is not satisfied with current conditions; a discontented person, a rebel

Disaffectedadjective

(obsolete) Affected with disease.

Malcontentnoun

(obsolete) a state of discontentment or dissatisfaction; something that causes discontent

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Disaffectedadjective

Alienated in feeling; not wholly loyal.

Malcontentverb

to cause discontent or dissatisfaction.

Disaffectedadjective

discontented as toward authority

Malcontentadjective

discontented; uneasy; dissatisfied; especially, dissatisfied with the government.

β€˜The famous malcontent earl of Leicester.’;

Disaffected

Disaffected is the eighth album by Piano Magic.

Malcontentnoun

One who discontented; especially, a discontented subject of a government; one who expresses his discontent by words or overt acts.

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Malcontentnoun

a person who is discontented or disgusted

Malcontentadjective

discontented as toward authority

Malcontent

The malcontent is a character type that often appeared in early modern drama. The character is discontented with the social structure and other characters in the play, and is often an outsider who observes and comments on the action, and may even acknowledge they are in a play.

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