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dismay
used in The Aeneid

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Definition
to feel sadness, disappointment, or worry — typically in response to something surprising
  • Dismay'd, and fearful of some dire event, Eurypylus t' enquire their fate was sent.
    Book 2 (14% in)
  • When Turnus saw the Trojan quit the plain, His chiefs dismay'd, his troops a fainting train, Th' unhop'd event his heighten'd soul inspires: At once his arms and coursers he requires; Then, with a leap, his lofty chariot gains, And with a ready hand assumes the reins.
    Book 12 (35% in)

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