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Wretched about one son, he was dismayed at the nocturnal visit of the other.

The little parish woke with a dismayed start and went to work, to a woman.

She had been smiling while she was telling this to him, but now she dismayed him by bursting into tears.

“You must hide me till the morning somewhere,” she said in a dismayed voice.

And then, too, I was dismayed to find how totally I had mistaken the position of the musician.

Several were killed, many wounded, and all, dismayed by the event.

Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

"But I have no men," answered Tressan, dismayed to see the failure of his effort.

She was dismayed at the tale he bore her, magnified to cover his own shame.

Now that it became the question of a sacrifice of life as well she was dismayed.

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