Etymology
Advertisement

malcontent

1580s, noun and adjective, "dissatisfied, discontented," especially with the existing order of things;" "discontented person," especially a discontented subject of a government, from French malcontent; see mal- + content (adj.). Related: Malcontented; malcontentedly; malcontentedness.

Others are reading

Advertisement
Advertisement
Definitions of malcontent
1
malcontent (n.)
a person who is discontented or disgusted;
2
malcontent (adj.)
discontented as toward authority;
Synonyms: disaffected / ill-affected / rebellious
From wordnet.princeton.edu