dismay in a sentencce

I was dismayed at the news.

She was dismayed at the news.

To my dismay I found I had lost my money.

She was dismayed at their ignorance in etiquette.

The behavior of her children in public dismayed her.

Balzac wrote that “Love has its own instinct, finding the way to the heart, as the feeblest insect finds the way to its flower, with a will which nothing can dismay nor turn aside.

Anna Jarvis was deeply dismayed over the commercialization of Mother’s Day.

Half of all respondents expressed dismay at the practice of torture techniques.

Some Democrats voiced dismay that he had left the door open to any deployment at all.

So unsurprisingly, plenty of people have expressed their anger, dismay and discomfort.

Rights groups have voiced dismay at accounts of civilian casualties from the air raids.

Are you dismayed or surprised these posts are being discussed as if these views are yours?

481371 Members of Parliament recently expressed strong dismay that Britain was doing so little.

The move sparked outrage among many in Margate who had watched Dreamland’s decline with dismay.

To the dismay of Sunderland manager Gus Poyet, it was as close as his team got to an equalizer.

76506 A short-term solution was incinerating the trash, much to the dismay of the city’s residents.

I am, however, dismayed by what I see happening here as a federal election campaign is in full swing.

The Captain greets this admonition with pointed dismay.

He saw the forms of Zeyd and Shibli afar off , standing watching as men smitten with dismay.