displeasure (n.)
injury, wrong, hurt
CE IV.iv.114[Adriana to Officer] Hast thou delight to see a wretched man / Do outrage and displeasure to himself?
CE V.i.142[Adriana to Duke, of her husband] Doing displeasure to the citizens
E3 V.i.124[Salisbury to King Edward, quoting King John's words about Prince Edward] we'll be with him, / To quittance those displeasures he hath done
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