chagrined

[ shuh-grin ]SEE DEFINITION OF chagrined

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAGRINED

Steve exclaimed, in a chagrined voice, as he stared at his prize.

Chagrined that I could not discover the thing, I went into the library, thinking that it might be there.

"The very scantiest," returned Gian Maria, in chagrined accents.

I saw that he was chagrined, angry, but not really heart-hurt.

And presently, chagrined with failure, the culprit was before his grandsire.

Chagrined, the lads looked at each other with crestfallen glances.

He groaned in spirit, and looked so self-reproachful and chagrined that she laughed.

How chagrined they are at his independence of the English grammar!

In comparing notes with my Philosopher I am chagrined at my own color-blindness.

Ernest himself, however, was chagrined at finding how unmarketable he was.

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