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consternation
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Emma
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  • Poor Mr. Woodhouse was silent from consternation; but every body else had something to say; every body was either surprized or not surprized, and had some question to ask, or some comfort to offer.
  • Emma turned round to look at her in consternation, and hastily said, "Have you any idea of Mr. Knightley’s returning your affection?"

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  • With a look of consternation, her teacher asked if anyone had done the reading.
  • He was a natural athlete, but to the coaches consternation, he tended to forget the play in the heat of the moment.

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