Top 10 Other Words for Frustration (Explained w Examples)

Written by Gabriel Cruz - Slang & Language Enthusiast

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So, do you want to know what other words you can use instead of the word frustration? Look no further, we have the answers you need. Keep reading and you will find multiple examples and learn how to use them.


Meaning: Suffering, pain, regret.

Example Sentence: I feel anguish because of everything that has happened.


Meaning: The state of being annoyed.

Example Sentence: This meeting is such an annoyance, I wish I didn’t have to go.


Meaning: Annoyance, distress because of failure or humiliation.

Example Sentence: I wanted my team to win so bad, but to my chagrin, we missed our final shot.


Meaning: The act of losing.

Example Sentence: We suffered a serious defeat from the opposing team.


Meaning: A feeling of sadness because of something a person failed to do.

Example Sentence: I can’t help but feel disappointment whenever I think of my past relationships failing.


Meaning: Dissatisfaction with something.

Example Sentence: The employees voiced their discontent with the new company rules.


Meaning: Lack of success.

Example Sentence: Henry’s entire project was a complete failure.


Meaning: Disappointment.

Example Sentence: We watched the new Thor movie, it was a huge letdown.


Meaning: The feeling of  sadness and frustration because you failed to do something.

Example Sentence: After losing the fight, Johnny felt enormous regret for not winning.


Meaning: A reversal of some process.

Example Sentence: The project was doing so well, but we’ve hit some minor setbacks recently.

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