aggravation (part of speech: noun)
exasperation, provocation, perturbation, indignation, aggravation, petulance, ire, harassment, disturbance, bother, trouble, scorn, pique, virulence, arousal, enragement, inflammation, exacerbation, resentment, vexation, torment, bedevilment, annoyance, irritation
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, messiness, amorphousness, indistinctness, inexactness, deformity, muddlement, insanity, disorderliness, disconnectedness, chaos, unevenness, incoherence, fuzziness, disarrangement, anarchism, disorganization, disorder, dishevel, anarchy, indefiniteness, clutter, commotion, inconsistency, shapelessness, formlessness, confusion, irregularity, derangement, tumult, looseness, mess, turmoil, lawlessness, inchoateness, disarray, entropy, laxity, obscurity, frenzy
discontentment (part of speech: noun)
disgruntlement, misery, gloominess, disquiet, angst, inquietude, ennui, displeasure, despondence, cheerlessness, uneasiness, sourness, joylessness, wretchedness, anxiety, discomfort, dissatisfaction, discontent, non-satisfaction, unhappiness, uncomfortableness, boredom, anguish, frustration
- Britt demanded, and the query made for the young man's discomposure. - "When Egypt Went Broke", Holman Day.
- Meanwhile Althea was in dread lest he should see her discomposure and her bliss. - "Franklin Kane", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
- Pen, ink, and paper were brought, and the prisoner calmly sat down to write, without the slightest trace of discomposure upon his countenance or in any of his movements. - "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.