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consternation
used in Pride and Prejudice

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Definition
dismay (unhappiness, worry, and often confusion) — typically over something unexpected
  • He then handed her in, Maria followed, and the door was on the point of being closed, when he suddenly reminded them, with some consternation, that they had hitherto forgotten to leave any message for the ladies at Rosings.
    Chapter 38 (69% in)
consternation = dismay (unhappiness and worry)
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