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a bad feeling such as embarrassment, disappointment, or annoyance — especially due to a disconcerting event, mistake or other blow to the ego
  • Despite her relief that he seemed to have seen the light—finally—and her chagrin that he needed to be pretty much smacked on the head with the obvious, at least he was on her side now.
    Thirty-four (44% in)

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