Disappointment Quotes (1317 Quotes)

    Looking back now, it's funny to think we got so worked up, because usually the Sales were a big disappointment....But the point was, I suppose, we'd all of us in the past found something at a Sale, something that had become special...and so however much we tried to pretend otherwise, we couldn't ever shake off the old feelings of hope and excitement.

    Why should they be grateful? They came here looking for something much more. What we gave them, all the years, all the fighting we did on their behalf, what do they know of that? They think it was God-given. Until they came here, they knew nothing of it. All they feel now is disappointment, because we haven't given them everything possible.

    And that was the greatest heartbreak of all- no matter how spectacular we want our children to be, no matter how perfect we pretend they are, they are bound to disappoint. As it turns out, kids are more like us than we think: damaged, through and through.

    What about books? Well, precisely because you have denied it in every other field, you believe you may still grant yourself legitimately this youthful pleasure of expectation in a carefully circumscribed area like the field of books, where you can be lucky or unlucky, but the risk of disappointment isn't serious.

    This evil, this concept, it comes from disappointment, from bitterness! Don't you see? Children of Satan! Children of God! Is this the only question you bring to me, is this the only power that obsesses you, so that you must make us gods and devils yourself when the only power that exists is inside ourselves? How could you believe in these old fantastical lies, these myths, these emblems of the supernatural?

    It's disappointing. We turned the ball over quite a bit. When that happens and our defense isn't as good as it was, it's going to be hard for us to beat anybody in this conference.

    It's not disappointing at all. I played a good, solid round of golf today under tough conditions, and I came back from a disappointing day yesterday. I feel good about leaving here.

    Expectations in the bond market have been high, thus any disappointment over the auction (particularly with the level of foreign participation) could put the dollar under renewed pressure.

    For me the printing process is part of the magic of photography. It's that magic that can be exciting, disappointing, rewarding and frustrating all in the same few moments in the darkroom.

    Any time one of your teammates makes a bad decision, it's disappointing. It's very tough for the team that we have to deal with something like this again. ... Every time it seems we get the ball rolling something else hits us and knocks us down a little bit. We got to answer the bell. I think we've done a pretty good job this year of answering the adversity.

    Gayle's 56 was the standout effort of a disappointing display as West Indies slumped from 3 for 119 to 149 on a pitch both teams agreed was ideal for batting. It was a bad day and we just had a team meeting and the guys are looking forward to tomorrow, ... Hopefully the guys can rebuild and restrict the Aussies as much as possible.

    It's disappointing, but I guess it could have been worse. I've just got to prove myself all over again in practice. Practice is where it gets done.

    Governor Bush has been very clear in his signals, that he doesn't intend to do anything about this issue as president, ... That's disappointing, and I think it's going to hurt him deeply in Iowa.

    Ex-transport is only barely up, and the decline last month was only marginally revised, so it's a bit disappointing, because it marks essentially the fourth month with no orders growth at all.

    That would have been the one, ... That's something that's always going to be a disappointment for me. But I think there are so many good things that happened in the playoffs previous to that, that it will diminish those feelings.

    To have been five in front and then Colin to just shoot 71 to win is pretty poor, ... Colin did play pretty poor, but I needed to shoot 75 to win basically and to not do that after playing so well all week is very disappointing. I feel that I let him win. I could have put more pressure on him when I had a chance. It's my own fault, I have got nobody to blame but myself.

    His reception was very disappointing. I played with Michael for several years and he's a world-class player. He's a legend here but the fans didn't want to see him go in the first place. He deserves a standing ovation here for the goals he scored.

    It would be very disappointing, very disappointing. But sometimes things don't work the way you want them to. Sometimes, you have to go through valleys to achieve good things. But right now, the season is far from being over. The only scenario I'm looking at is us needing to win these last three games. We can do it. I have no doubt in my mind that we can. We just have to put it together.

    Honestly, it was a disappointing meet for them. There's many factors that can go into it - I shoulder the blame for some of it. But, at the same time, the first couple of days there, I don't think their heads were in the right place.

    Usually a feeling of disappointment follows the book, because what I hoped to write is not what I actually accomplished. However, it becomes a motivation to write the next book.

    These guys won 17 games that's no small feat especially as inexperienced as they were. It was an accomplishment and yet we had some disappointment. But I am excited about the future. I think we have a good basketball team brewing. I really do.

    The road to the Final Four was a great experience, and I grew up tremendously experiencing that environment and the people I met. As a team we shared the feeling of being there, and playing that last game was a terrible taste in your mouth that you would never forget. Losing like that in that way is going to affect you, and me being the guy that I am - a competitor - you always want to leave out on top. That altered my decision a lot. Because not only do I want to be the best player, but I also want to win. Being there and not winning was a disappointment, and that made me want to come to back.

    I felt like at least from tee to green, I was close if not maybe a little better today than these guys. But to win this thing, you've got to putt well. I wasn't horrible, but I was just mediocre. I just couldn't get one to go in the hole to get any momentum. That was disappointing. Otherwise, I liked the way I played.

    Given the current sentiment in the market, there's probably a greater chance of the dollar rallying on a strong number than the risk of any sort of sell-off if there is disappointment.

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