dismaying

[ dis-mey ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismaying

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISMAYING

The utter vagueness of Billy's "waste places" was dismaying, to say the least.

He admits their truth with a candor and an intelligence that are dismaying.

This was dismaying news and for the moment Dick was nonplussed.

She knew, as a matter of course, that they would be dismaying.

The unknown in the distance, instead of dismaying, drew him on.

Into the half-year she has put a flattering success and a dismaying failure.

For Bliss and Brent and Sam looked—it was the dismaying truth—they looked young!

This might be so; but yet, how dismaying and hopeless to him the idea of carrying them into effect!

Volplaning to earth, he looked for the source of this dismaying interruption.

"inftead" changed to "instead" (instead of dismaying the Combatants) Page 48.

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