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  • The prince discovered to his dismay that Hippolyte had been allowed to drink two large glasses of champagne; the one now standing by him being the third.
  • "No—Aglaya—come, enough of this, you mustn’t behave like this," said her father, in dismay.
  • We know, too, that exactly an hour after Aglaya had fled from Nastasia Philipovna’s house on that fateful evening, the prince was at the Epanchins’,—and that his appearance there had been the cause of the greatest consternation and dismay; for Aglaya had not been home, and the family only discovered then, for the first time, that the two of them had been to Nastasia’s house together.
  • Gavrila Ardalionovitch!" cried Muishkin in dismay, but it was too late.

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

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