Disappoint [verb]

Definition of Disappoint:

sadden, dismay; frustrate

Opposite/Antonyms of Disappoint:

Sentence/Example of Disappoint:

I told the reporter that this chatbot, no matter how clever, can only disorient and disappoint.

However, the no-commitment model would also seem to represent special risks if Canoo’s products disappoint or consumers prove flighty.

Proponents of the measure tried to get the Council to put similar reforms on the 2016 and 2018 ballot, but were disappointed each time.

He said he might have been content with a smaller cut that showed a commitment, while others would have been disappointed with anything less than the full number.

Pai’s parents, both doctors, were initially disappointed that he chose law over medicine — but they’ve since come around.

Sir George was p. 138not present, something had happened, for he was not the man to disappoint his friends without grave cause.

Baxter, I don't want to disappoint you, but I have reluctantly come to the conclusion that you are one of the mob.

Something had happened to disappoint and annoy them—that much he could gather from their gestures and impassioned speech.

I am a traitor to my oath, for I now know I shall never disappoint Eva's faith in me.

Yes,” said Algitha, “my mother has had a lot of troublesome children to worry and disappoint her.