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  • ’To who?’ cried Milo, in a voice cracking with dismay.
  • His great dismay at the announcement of Major Major’s appointment as squadron commander was tinged with an embittered resentment he made no effort to conceal.
  • Colonel Cathcart let go a stricken gasp of dismay and hurled himself headlong into his jeep, almost sobbing.
  • Major Danby was dismayed that McWatt too was registering opposition.
  • Yossarian gawked at Doc Daneeka in grotesque dismay.
  • He bristled with bellicose dismay.
  • I can assure you, my outraged young friend’ — the old man’s knowing, disdainful eyes shone even more effervescently as Nately’s stuttering dismay increased — ’that you and your country will have a no more loyal partisan in Italy than me — but only as long as you remain in Italy.’
  • ’Colonel, I’m not going to stand for it any more,’ he declared with vehement determination, and watched in dismay as Colonel Korn went trotting by up the steps without even noticing him.
  • A moan of incredulous dismay wafted from his lips as, still clutching his throbbing, tender, burning bowels in both hands, he dropped his full weight down against her shins and knocked her legs out from under her.

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

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