displease[dis plēz′, dis′-]
Origin: Middle English displesen ; from Old French desplaisir ; from Vulgar Latin an unverified form displacere, for Classical Latin displicere ; from dis-, not plush placere: see please
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verb dis·pleased, dis·pleas·ing, dis·pleas·es verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English displesen, from Old French desplaire, desplais-, from Vulgar Latin *displacēre, from Latin displicēre : Latin dis-, dis- + Latin placēre, to please; see please.
- dis·pleasˈing·ly adverb