Disappointed [adjective]

Definition of Disappointed:

let down, saddened

Opposite/Antonyms of Disappointed:

Sentence/Example of Disappointed:

Critics of police departments who are demanding more accountability, from everything to body cameras to access to public documents, may be sorely disappointed if police work ends up being passed on to private forces with few disclosure requirements.

Many users face similar problems and they end up disappointed or frustrated by the user experience.

“We are disappointed in the court’s decision and refer you to DOJ for further comment,” the HHS spokesperson said.

Rich Newman, the superintendent for Alpine Union School District, said he’s extremely disappointed in the state’s response to small rural districts’ needs.

Then our customer success team works with every feedback approaching both happy and disappointed clients.

"I don't think that's a very good joke," said the disappointed little boy.

The consequence was, the disappointed emissary of these double treasons, immediately accused him of his own crimes.

I shall be agreeably disappointed if Ireland realizes a fair average harvest this year.

In short, on my arrival I was at once much disappointed, and this disappointment rather increases than otherwise.

The crowd dispersed, disappointed; cheated out of their anticipated scene of an arrest for horse-stealing.