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disgruntled
used in 1776

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in a bad mood - typically unhappy and annoyed
  • Half-starved and disgruntled, they came from both Boston and from the British ships in harbor, and nearly always with bits of news or descriptions of their travails, word of which would spread rapidly through the camps the next day.
    p. 39.9

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