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Ruling out such an approach, you are left with more subtle ways to modify your friend’s behavior — the most obvious being consistently discovering, to your dismay, that you are not available on Friday.
MISS MANNERS: I FEEL ROBBED OF MY POTLUCK WEDDINGJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
However, we recognize with dismay and sorrow that some lawyers challenged the outcome of the election with claims that they did not support with facts or evidence.
As the violence in the Capitol played out, Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, tweeted his dismay at what he was seeing.
The gambling industry’s main lobbying group also expressed surprise and dismay at his position.
We note with dismay the serious threats and destruction of property faced by media professionals yesterday.
By all appearances, they have attained exactly what they wanted, but Han’s descriptions are flecked with notes of muffled dismay.
To the dismay of human rights activists, China was yesterday elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
"But your—your child," stammered the dismayed doctor faintly.
THE ROAD TO UNDERSTANDINGELEANOR H. PORTER
And when thou wilt be in that isle thou wilt find a little path, and of what thou mayest see within be not dismayed at anything.
THE FAIRY MYTHOLOGYTHOMAS KEIGHTLEY
She stood undaunted amid these horrors; but her lover, dismayed and heartbroken, sickened and died.

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