consternation

[ kon-ster-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF consternation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSTERNATION

A look of surprise, mingled with consternation, sprang into Grace's eyes.

What consternation and grief there would be throughout the world!

Temporarily dumb with consternation, he returned her stare as silently.

He stared in consternation at the pallid oval that stood for her face.

All the guests were now in consternation, and everybody rose.

Arthur fell into consternation great as Mr. Galloway's, as he repeated the words.

The consternation into which this news plunged the guilty ones is not easily described.

He looked in consternation, and beckoned to me to follow him into his own room.

Sorrow and consternation were every where visible, but all was tranquil and quiet.

And the world, in wonder and consternation, was forced to believe.

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