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Anna Karenina
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chagrin
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Anna Karenina
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  • Kitty was distressed, as she always was, at parting for a couple of days from her husband, but when she saw his eager figure, looking big and strong in his shooting-boots and his white blouse, and a sort of sportsman elation and excitement incomprehensible to her, she forgot her own chagrin for the sake of his pleasure, and said good-bye to him cheerfully.

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  • I bragged about how good our team was and then, much to my chagrin, we lost.
  • The state cut education funding, much to the chagrin of our school board.

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