Disappoint Definition

dĭsə-point
disappointed, disappoints
verb
disappointed, disappoints
To fail to satisfy the hopes or expectations of; leave unsatisfied.
Webster's New World
To cause disappointment.
Her popular novels never disappoint.
Webster's New World
To undo or frustrate (a plan, intention, etc.); balk; thwart.
Webster's New World
To displease by e.g. underperforming.
His lack of respect disappointed her.
I am disappointed by this year's revenue.
Wiktionary
(Internet slang) Alternative form of disappointed.
I am disappoint.
Wiktionary
Antonyms:
make happysatisfydelightexciteplease
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Origin of Disappoint

  • Middle English disappointen from Old French desapointier to remove from office des- dis- apointer, apointier to appoint appoint

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle French desapointer (compare French désappointer).

    From Wiktionary

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