Pronunciation of Dis-Appoints
/dˈɪsɐpˈɔ͡ɪnts/, /dˈɪsɐpˈɔ‍ɪnts/, /d_ˈɪ_s_ɐ_p_ˈɔɪ_n_t_s/

Synonyms for dis-appoints:

backfire (verb)

backlash, boomerang, bounce back, disappoint, flop, rebound, recoil, ricochet, spring back.

baffle (verb)

beat, block, check, defeat, frustrate, impede, obstruct, prevent, ruin, upset.

balk (verb)

bar, counteract, cramp, forestall, stall, stop, cramp one's style, throw a curve, throw monkey wrench in, upset the apple cart.

bilk (verb)

bamboozle, defraud, fleece, flimflam, gyp, overreach, rook, snow, swindle, trick, DO, con.

blight (verb)

annihilate, blast, crush, damage, decay, injure, mar, nullify, shrivel, spoil, taint, trash, wither, wreck, mess up, foul up, nip in the bud, glitch up.

circumvent (verb)

avoid, beguile, bilk, bypass, circumnavigate, crimp, detour, dodge, dupe, elude, ensnare, entrap, escape, evade, get around, hoodwink, outflank, outwit, shun, sidestep, skirt, stave off, stump, stymie, ward off, steer clear of, queer.

counter (verb)

backtalk, buck, contravene, cross, match, meet, offset, oppose, parry, pit, play off, resist, respond, retaliate, return, take on, vie, fly in the face of, Counterwork, hit back, thumbs down, have bone to pick.

dash (verb)

abash, blight, chill, cloud, confound, dampen, discomfort, dismay, dispirit, nip.

deceive (verb)

betray, buffalo, burn, cheat, clip, cozen, fake, falsify, fool, gouge, gull, hoax, hook, humbug, lead on, rob, scam, sell, skin, suck in, take for, victimize, put on, take in, cross up, screw, beat out of, impose upon, take advantage of, double-cross, play joke on, pull fast one, take for ride, take to cleaners.

defeat (verb)

beat down, blank, bury, checkmate, cook, counterplot, discomfit, disprove, invalidate, neutralize, nonplus, nose out, overturn, puzzle, quell, reduce, refute, scuttle, shave, shellac, skunk, squash, subdue, subjugate, surmount, undo, edge out, beat the system, cause setback, put end to, take wind out of sails, throw for loop.

disappoint (verb)

abort, baffle, balk, bungle, cast down, chagrin, circumvent, dash, deceive, delude, disconcert, disenchant, disgruntle, dishearten, disillusion, dissatisfy, dumbfound, embitter, fail, fall flat, fall short of, foil, founder, hamper, hinder, let down, miscarry, mislead, put out, tease, thwart, torment, vex, stand up, bring to naught, come to nothing, fall down on, leave in the lurch, not show, dash hopes, ruin prospects.

disillusion (verb)

disabuse, Disenthrall, bring down to earth, burst the bubble, open one's eyes.

displease (verb)

aggravate, anger, annoy, antagonize, bother, cap, cool, curdle, discontent, disgust, disoblige, enrage, exasperate, fret, gall, hurt, incense, irk, irritate, nettle, offend, perplex, pique, provoke, repel, revolt, rile, roil, sound, turn off, wing, worry, zing, cut to the quick, play dirty.

dissatisfy (verb)


fail (verb)

back out, blink, desert, discount, disregard, fault, forget, funk, ignore, neglect, omit, overlook, overpass, slight, slip, go astray, break one's word.

foil (verb)

bollix, counter, crab, curb, ditch, duck, faze, rattle, restrain, shake, shake off, skip, Juke, hang up, shuffle off, run circles around, give the run-around, give the slip, run rings around.

jilt (verb)

break off, coquette, discard, drop, dump, forsake, get rid of, leave, reject, throw over, leave at the altar, leave flat.

mock (verb)

belie, challenge, defy, juggle, sell out.

mortify (verb)

abase, affront, belittle, chasten, control, deflate, deny, discipline, disgrace, displease, harass, humble, humiliate, ridicule, shame, take down a peg, put to shame, get one's comeuppance, take the wind out.

sell/sell out (verb)

bunk, give away, give up, play false, surrender, violate, stab in the back, deliver up, break faith, four-flush, rat on, sell down the river.

thwart (verb)

confuse, hold up, louse up, scotch, snafu, take down, trammel, take wind out of, upset one's apple cart.

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