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Definition of Disappoint

Disappoint

  1. To defeat of expectation or hope; to hinder from the attainment of that which was expected, hoped, or desired; to balk; as, a man is disappointed of his hopes or expectations, or his hopes, desires, intentions, expectations, or plans are disappointed; a bad season disappoints the farmer of his crops; a defeat disappoints an enemy of his spoil.
  2. To frustrate; to fail; to hinder of result.

Disappoint Quotations

One of the things you learn in football is that you're only as good as your last outing. I don't like to reflect on what we've done in the past. I'm not a very good storyteller, for one thing. I'd disappoint you. When it's time, I'll talk about the good old days. But it's a sign of old age, reveling in the past.
Chuck Noll

Our desires always disappoint us; for though we meet with something that gives us satisfaction, yet it never thoroughly answers our expectation.
Elbert Hubbard

I represent Brazil all over the world. Wherever I go I have to do my best, to not disappoint the Brazilian people. And that I've done.
Pele

It is a lonely existence to be a child with a disability which no-one can see or understand, you exasperate your teachers, you disappoint your parents, and worst of all you know that you are not just stupid.
Susan Hampshire

People take chances every now and then, and you don't want to disappoint them.
Jason Statham
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Disappoint Translations

disappoint in Danish is skuffe
disappoint in Dutch is tegenvallen, ontgoochelen
disappoint in Italian is deludere
disappoint in Latin is frustro
disappoint in Norwegian is skuffe
disappoint in Portuguese is decepcione
disappoint in Spanish is decepcionado, desencantar
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