Discontent; dissatisfaction or annoyance; an instance of this.
Not content; discontented, dissatisfied; ill-pleased. In early use frequently with of, with.
Early 16th century; earliest use found in William Horman (1457–1535), schoolmaster and grammarian. From mis- + content. Compare Middle French mescontent; also Italian †miscontento. Compare earlier miscontent and miscontenting.