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used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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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
  • Chagrined, Kit jerked at another dropped stitch. It was true, sometimes when William and Judith were talking about the house it was all she could do to keep her mind from wandering.
    p. 154.9
chagrined = embarrassed or disappointed in herself
  • Kit hesitated, chagrined.
    p. 41.6
  • chagrined = disappointed
  •   "Don't the servants do that?" she inquired.
      "We have no servants," said her aunt quietly.
      Surprise and chagrin left Kit speechless.
    p. 45.2
  • chagrin = embarrassment
  • "I am chagrined," he said with dignity, "that I have not controlled my own household."
    p. 200.5
chagrined = embarrassed and disappointed
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