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dismay
used in A Room With A View

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Definition
to feel sadness, disappointment, or worry — typically in response to something surprising
  • Lucy thought she had never seen anything more beautiful; but Miss Lavish, with a shriek of dismay, dragged her forward, declaring that they were out of their path now by at least a mile.
    Chapter 2 (31% in)
  • They alone will visit Athens and Delphi, and either shrine of intellectual song—that upon the Acropolis, encircled by blue seas; that under Parnassus, where the eagles build and the bronze charioteer drives undismayed towards infinity.
    Chapter 20 (5% in)

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