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(1) To her chagrin, neither of her sons became doctors.
(2) Much to his chagrin, he did not win the race.
(3) Much to his chagrin, he came last in the race.
(4) To the chagrin of authorities, flood control is not their only use.
(5) Chagrin A strong belief in the supernatural characterises communities of Romany gypsies.
(6) To his chagrin we threw away the letter about a skiing holiday.
(7) To his chagrin, only a small crowd turned out to watch him.
(8) The company will probably discover, to its chagrin, that it cuts both ways.
(9) She could sympathize with his chagrin but it was hardly enough to keep him awake at night.
(10) To his senior executives' chagrin, Mr McGovern always flies economy class and is proud of it.
(11) People in charge of the investigation have expressed chagrin repeatedly at the anger and impatience expressed by those whose loved ones perished.
(12) Much to the chagrin of some, Great Harvest insists that bread should have one shape and one shape only -- round.
(13) Still, much to your chagrin, you find yourself occasionally tickled by the screwball antics of the likable cast of characters.
(14) He let her go, and to her chagrin she burst into tears.
(15) To the chagrin of congressional leaders, his policy proposals were prepared in secret without consultation with them.
(16) She felt chagrin at being rejected.
(17) Oh is crawling, more power chagrin.
(18) Chagrin and annoyance tossed her to and fro.
(19) To cause to feel chagrin ; mortify or discomfit.
(20) Chagrin is not something a great man often acknowledges.
(21) He was preoccupied with chagrin and etiquette.
(22) The area was declared a wildlife reserve, much to the chagrin of developers.
(23) Jon had discovered parties, wine and women, much to the chagrin of his parents.
(24) One of the first things we did when we moved in, to the chagrin of the architect, was to replace the leaded windows.
(25) My children have never shown an interest in music, much to my chagrin. Sentencedict.com
(26) She glanced round, spotting Terry Lewis on the outer fringes of their circle, an expression of chagrin on his face.
(27) I had discovered parties, wine and women, much to the chagrin of my parents and coach.
(28) For Crespi, getting lost in natural space led to a moment of chagrin followed by an act of substitution.
(29) The right is hereditary but I've done nothing about it, slightly to my father's chagrin.
(30) As a means of persuading her, the prince suggested to my chagrin that I should accompany him.
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