The Spanish health ministry has given assurances that the Spanish public is not at risk, but consternation is growing.
Iger had ousted Disney veteran Dick Cook earlier this month, to the surprise and consternation of talent including Johnny Depp.
But to the consternation of Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas, President Nicholas Sarkozy has refused to take any action.
Stamos plays a suave dentist dating the adorably neurotic Emma (Jayma Mays), much to the consternation of Will (Matthew Morrison).
The Delaware primary result will be the topic of much handwringing, pontificating and consternation in coming days.
Great was the consternation of the Abbot when he confronted this awful apparition.
The consternation of the Americans it would be hard to imagine.
By this time the consternation in the enemy's camp was all that the sorceress could desire.
The sailors halted and stared at each other in consternation.
consternation filled me as I heard this terrible accusation.
1610s, from French consternation "dismay, confusion," from Latin consternationem (nominative consternatio) "confusion, dismay," from consternat-, past participle stem of consternare "overcome, confuse, dismay, perplex, terrify, alarm," probably related to consternere "throw down, prostrate," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + sternere "to spread out" (see stratum).