Origin of chagrin
synonym study for chagrin
OTHER WORDS FROM chagrinun·cha·grined, adjective
How to use chagrin in a sentence
When the body of Johnson was exhumed, the medical examiner was acutely chagrined when six .22 caliber rounds were removed from it.
Liberals excited at the way you take after Alan Greenspan will be chagrined at your critiques of the New Deal.David Stockman on ‘The Great Deformation’ and Our Economic Doom|Daniel Gross|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was wearing a black suit, a silver tie, and a chagrined expression.Election Night 2012: Fashion of Jubilation And Mourning|Robin Givhan|November 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The song was written in 1929, but it was recorded by a later-chagrined Frank Sinatra in the 1940s.
Instead, the Paul Ryan talked about these days on the Hill is withdrawn, conflicted, chagrined, and unavailable.
We were naturally enough much chagrined, not knowing how much inconvenience and delay this incident might cause.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
But he was feeling deeply chagrined and mortified over his last escapade.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
Jacinth, though she said nothing, was feeling very chagrined indeed, and not a little bitter.Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
Yet when the vehicle drew up he was sensibly chagrined to recognise the port-wine cabman of the night before.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
The Rebels, in hot pursuit, come down to the other bank, mortified and chagrined and enraged at his escape.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.