Thesaurus / chagrined

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"Yes, she is acting contrary to my wishes," continued Mr. Lind, who saw that his visitor was anxious and chagrined.

SunriseWilliam Black

The Rebels, in hot pursuit, come down to the other bank, mortified and chagrined and enraged at his escape.

The Boys of '61Charles Carleton Coffin.

He may be chagrined at first over his failure; but if failure follows failure, he soon ceases to care when unable to recite.

The RecitationGeorge Herbert Betts

The chagrined sentry fired an angry shot, but they were already behind a clump of willows.

Now I feel aggrieved, and insulted, and chagrined, and many other awful things!

Marjorie at SeacoteCarolyn Wells

I was chagrined at the indifference exhibited in another quarter.

The Rifle RangersCaptain Mayne Reid

She looked away from him piqued, chagrined that she had erred.

Ann Arbor TalesKarl Edwin Harriman

The lieutenant twisted his derby in chagrined, ireful hands.

He was chagrined at the ease and decision with which the sure young woman brushed his arguments aside.

Angela's BusinessHenry Sydnor Harrison

Flecker, too, was there—chagrined, maddened—he too had joined his forces with the old Bishop.

The Bishop of CottontownJohn Trotwood Moore

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