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Sentence count:72+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: alarmdismaydreadfrightscareterrorSimilar words: internationalnation-stateconstitutional conventionalternativeincarnationconstitutionconstructiondemonstrationMeaning: [‚kɒnstə'neɪʃn]  n. fear resulting from the awareness of danger. 
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1. The announcement created surprise and consternation.
2. There is some consternation among business leaders.
3. The government's plans have caused considerable consternation among many Americans.
4. His decision caused consternation in the art photography community.
5. Her mouth fell open in consternation.
6. The thought of meeting him filled me with consternation.
7. He looked at her in consternation.
8. She stared at me in consternation.
9. Many greeted his resignation with consternation.
10. To her consternation, he asked her to make a speech.
11. He was filled with consternation to hear that his friend was so ill.
12. To his consternation, when he got to the airport he found he'd forgotten his passport.
13. The announcement of her retirement caused consternation among tennis fans.
14. To my consternation Trondur exploded in rage.
15. This created consternation in the town.
16. To my consternation, I found the taxi was empty.
17. This caused great consternation and a lot of mirth.
18. Terry ground his teeth in consternation.
19. That caused some consternation and I don't think the same person deputized again.
20. No other material illustrates more vividly the political consternation and diplomatic uncertainty attendant on the accession of a new king.
21. To the consternation of his cabinet colleagues, he is currently conducting a wide-ranging review of public spending.
22. There was much chattering[], much consternation as the villagers were ushered down to the beach for a magic show.
23. Consternation on all sides-and a lot of very hostile criticism of both Skakkebaek's methodology and his conclusions.
24. The declining support is causing consternation in the ruling party, which is gearing up for the presidential election later this year.
25. The prospect of so much work filled him with consternation.
26. A new power station is being built much to the consternation of environmental groups .
27. Where was the statue to Nathaniel Patten which had caused such consternation at Thrush Green?
28. The coming of the wheelie bin was another source of consternation.
28. try its best to gather and build good sentences.
29. He remembered two or three other gifts to the church that had caused the widest consternation.
30. You could be spending a lot of time in serious thought, much to the consternation of those around you.
More similar words: internationalnation-stateconstitutional conventionalternativeincarnationconstitutionconstructiondemonstrationconstitutionalunconstitutionalconsultationconservationconsiderationesterificationmonsternationdonationzonationnationaldamnationconditionsdominationcombinationnationwideinclinationnominationruminationinstallationconsumptiondestination
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