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Great Expectations
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  • As I fixed my eyes hopelessly on Joe, Joe contemplated me in dismay.
  • She quite gloated on these questions and answers, so keen was her enjoyment of Sarah Pocket’s jealous dismay.
  • So imperfect was this realization of the first of my great expectations, that I looked in dismay at Mr. Wemmick.
  • Herbert said, "Certainly," but looked as if there were no specific consolation in this, and remained perplexed and dismayed.

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  • Don’t be dismayed. I have a solution.
  • Hope was replaced by dismay.

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