So far the signs are that the turnout will disappoint the army.
Salon wrote: “Hilton is the one everyone has come to see, and her indolent, dull coolness does not disappoint.”
Matt Latimer on how Boehner has no choice but to disappoint.
early 15c., "dispossess of appointed office," from Middle French desappointer (14c.) "undo the appointment, remove from office," from des- (see dis-) + appointer "appoint" (see appoint).
Modern sense of "to frustrate expectations" (late 15c.) is from secondary meaning of "fail to keep an appointment." Related: Disappointed; disappointing.