disappoint (someone or oneself) with (something)

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disappoint (someone or oneself) with (something)

To do something that upsets or disheartens someone or oneself. I know that I disappointed my parents with my low grades this semester.
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disappoint someone with someone or something

to displease someone with someone or something. I hope I haven't disappointed you with the modest size of the donation. I disappointed myself with my performance.
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"We're obviously very disappointed with the defeat again," said Jones.
Victoria, ranked one step above Lairds in the Hallmark Security League pyramid, scored four second-half goals to leave boss Phil Burton disappointed with his side despite a magnificent march to the competition's first round proper.
"In the second half they were on the back foot but we couldn't get the goal and we're disappointed with that.
IANS New Delhi Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that he was disappointed with the Union Budget and the BJP-led central government has continued its"step-motherly treatment"to the city state.
"It's not just because of the nature and timing of the second goal, I would be more disappointed with the first goal we conceded."
Keates was disappointed with the goal his side shipped, the Dragons giving away possession in the Coasters' half and being undone by a long ball forward, with Rowe slotting home after Jack Muldoon held off a challenge from Olly Marx.
Gatland said: "I was disappointed with the intensity of the first half, I thought we were much better in the second half.
What I am really disappointed with is that Labour is doing this without consultation with the people of Cardiff.
Liverpool legend Dalglish paid the price for the Reds' worst league points tally in 50 years, despite his Carling Cup triumph, and the Kop legend said he was disappointed with the axe.
Parry added: "We are very pleased with the way we competed, we are just a little disappointed with the last 10 minutes.
STOKE director of football John Rudge is disappointed with the fee Scunthorpe must pay for Martin Paterson.
'We were playing for something and it was all about being disappointed with this year,' said Jenkins.
On the other hand, I was disappointed with the essay by John Fuller on the early biblical chronologies especially the lack of discussion on the impact of the work by James Ussher and John Lightfoot.
Steve Houghton, an attorney representing Heartland and Manor Care Inc., said his client is "disappointed with the verdict insofar as [it] felt [it has] provided quality care since 1978."
Disappointed that Kerry showed more hunger, disappointed with our defending for the goal, with discipline, they got a couple of frees moved in."