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used in Dracula

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dismay (unhappiness, worry, and often confusion) — typically over something unexpected
  • To my consternation, however, he was not there.
    Chapter 27 (71% in)
consternation = dismay (unhappiness and worry)
  • To me, a doctor's preparations for work of any kind are stimulating and bracing, but the effect of these things on both Arthur and Quincey was to cause them a sort of consternation.
    Chapter 16 (63% in)
consternation = dismay (unhappiness and worry)
There are no more uses of "consternation" in Dracula.

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