Dis*pla"cen*cy (?), n. [LL. displacentia, for L. displicentia, fr. displicere to displease; dis- + placere to please. See Displease, and cf. Displeasance.]

Want of complacency or gratification; envious displeasure; dislike.

[Obs.]

Sir T. Browne.

 

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