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  • n. Plural form of disappointment.


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  • One of my life's disappointments is that Donna and Blitzen, has been hijacked by Sears for their Christmas campaign two years in a row.

    "The Time Of Times"

  • Her understanding of their dreams, desires, and disappointments is rare and moving.

    Alentejo Blue by Monica Ali: Book summary

  • To say that Obama's presidency has, thus far, been a series of disappointments is an understatement.

    Stimulus money needs to be spent faster, Dems say

  • My main disappointments stem from the fact that my expectations were high.

    Quick Thoughts on The Sarah Connor Chronicles

  • I've had several disappointments from the wired flower services, but I won't go into the atrocities they have committed over the years.

    Make Mine Pink

  • I am a single lady who, after many broken hearts and disappointments, is finally in courtship with a wonderful Christian man who supports my desire to one day be a stay at home wife.

    Looking Forward to Marriage

  • Although there is a risk that the fourth quarter will come in low, any short-term disappointments on that score could be a long-term opportunity for new investors.

  • Long-term disappointments aside, the more immediate concern among investors is likely

    Fool.com Headlines

  • Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc., said he thinks investors are likely to look past short-term disappointments in this quarter's numbers.

    The Memphis Daily News

  • Of the 380 players picked in rounds one and two between 2000 and 2005, over 45% of the players chosen were either "disappointments" - as defined by not being long-term starters in the NFL - or "busts."

    The Phinsider


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