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used in Killing Kennedy

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to feel sadness, disappointment, or worry — typically in response to something surprising
  • The two flirted that night, much to the dismay of Kennedy's staff, who were immediately concerned the pair would be caught having an affair during the campaign.
    p. 81.9
  • The president's old friend grew more and more dismayed, ignoring JFK to remind Garbo over and over about where they'd met and some of the same people they knew.
    p. 238.5

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