Definition of displease verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
/dɪsˈpliz/ displease someone (formal)
to make someone feel upset, annoyed, or not satisfiedThe tone of the letter displeased her. antonym please displeased
adjective displeased (with someone/something)Are you displeased with my work? displeased (at something)She was not displeased at the effect she was having on the young man. displeasing
adjective displeasing (to someone/something)His remarks were clearly not displeasing to her.