Definition of discontentment in English:

discontentment

noun

  • See discontent

    • ‘I think the very shallowness of our politics and the unfulfilling nature of our working conditions will create such discontentment in us that the demand for something better will return.’
    • ‘These problems easily can lead to discontentment and frustration for new staff members and may hamper the learning experience.’
    • ‘But the mood has been building for several years, diffused through a host of single issue campaigns, through numerous signs of dissent and discontentment.’
    • ‘Envy is defined as discontentment with one's lot and a desire for the attributes or possessions of another person.’
    • ‘The article really hit home for me and spoke to the root of my restlessness and discontentment in life.’

Pronunciation

discontentment

/dɪskənˈtɛntm(ə)nt/