English words and Examples of Usage

use "chagrin" in a sentence

Yet to the chagrin of people who love facts, it's slowly starting to be reported as fact.

She now lives in Tigh Thaidhg with Tadhg and Frances, much to Berni's chagrin.

The new road is briefly known as Chagrin Boulevard before becoming Kinsman Road.

They consider Keita to be one of them, to his immense chagrin.

He is dyslexic and seeks Prue's help with reading, much to her chagrin.

La Peau de chagrin firmly established Balzac a

s a writer of significance in France.

David is stunned but agrees to keep his distance from Bianca, much to her chagrin.

Neighboring Chagrin Falls Township was established in 1845.

A relieved Rose then flirts with

Reverend Stevens, much to the chagrin of Dot.

Business is soon booming, much to Mr. Friendly's chagrin.

He has joined forces with the Brotherhood, much to Cyclops' chagrin.

To Wesley's chagrin, Harmony reveals she

sold the second Gem of Amarra online for $75.

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