Definition of unhappy:
unfit, down on your luck, amiss, disenchanted, disturbed, downhearted, heartbroken, spiritless, painful, unpleasant, wrong, luckless, depressing, ill-chosen, cast down, blue, indecorous, wistful, heartbreaking, dysphoric, down, down in the mouth, tristful, heavy-hearted, heavyhearted, forlorn, woeful, untoward, lovesick, suffering, dejected, awkward, inconsolable, incongruous, unlucky, afflicted, infelicitous, malapropos, stressed, crestfallen, heartsore, low, worried, ill-fated, luck, unapt, homesick, subdued, brokenhearted, nostalgic, depressed, upset, inappropriate, unsuitable, discontented, inapposite, disillusioned, dismayed, hard put, dispirited, troubled, upsetting, hapless, wretched, incorrect, downcast, miserable, bitter, happy, unseemly, ill-starred, perverse, droopy, terrible, star-crossed, dismal, low-spirited, bleak, sad, misfortune, doleful, unfortunate, good, desolate, a run of good/bad luck, ability, mischance, inapt, improper, sorrowful, in a bad way, tragic, sorry, bad, inept, hangdog, troubled, hard-pressed, disconsolate, dull, heartsick, jinxed, glum, melancholy, mournful, distressed, melancholic, woebegone, hard-luck, saddened, snakebit, disappointed, unbecoming, graceless.
discontent (part of speech: adjective)
- fed up,
- ticked off,
- teed off,
- "What Dreams May Come", Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.
- "Can You Forgive Her?", Anthony Trollope.
- "Our Bessie", Rosa Nouchette Carey.