Causing to feel shame or chagrin or vexation.
Much to our chagrin, you've done it again.
He was preoccupied with chagrin and etiquette.
To cause to feel chagrin ; mortify or discomfit.
To her chagrin, however, she was rejected twice.
His increasingly visible chagrin sets up a vicious circle.
Much to my chagrin, my credit card was declined.
Thomas discovered to his great chagrin that he was broke.
He took the book, to Paul's immense chagrin, and began the copying himself.
He noted with chagrin how little hair clung to his head.
Thinking about the matter gave ME more chagrin than the whistle gave ME pleasure.
Played the woman and shook his hand in disapproval with chagrin on her face.
To cause to feel chagrin ; mortify or discomfit. It galled him to ask permission.
But to my chagrin, they were just like the girl in the De Niro film.
Do not have no sirens confidant and chagrin, I am your confidant sirens!
Quality as well as quantity is increasing to the chagrin of other Asian producers.
Much to my wife's chagrin, I spend a lot of time on the blog.
Much to the chagrin of the pundit class, sometimes there are no satisfying answers.
They may please advertisers and advertising age ncies, but cause residents and visitors much chagrin.
The deals were also leaked, to the professed chagrin of advisors on both sides.
To my chagrin, Altman told me, Stanford has not had a really great track record.
another development to Israel's chagrin is the nomination of the next US secretary of defense.
Much to the police's chagrin, the chief suspect for the killing seems to have fled the country.
I am at a loss to find words with which to express my chagrin and grief.
To my chagrin, only children below the age of 2 could be brought along for free.
Much to the chagrin of his children, when he died he left all his money to charity.
To his chagrin, the police caught up with him half an hour after he left the toilet.
love, been mistake, simply because shouldn't so vagueness, shadiness only let you suffer all kinds of chagrin
All developing economies view the prospect of flows of money rushing in and out of their markets with chagrin
Much to the chagrin of believers in"value investing", there's no doubt that a good story alone can move
passed hastily over the words, his countenance changed from its look of military pride to one of deep chagrin
One of the first things we did when we moved in, to the chagrin of the architect, was to replace the
You might even say that Machiavelli takes delight in demonstrating, much to our chagrin, the space between
I recall the chagrin of a novice diver who, after surfacing from an underwater tour of a400-foot ship
Though I'd heard quite a lot from the western media, I realized, to my chagrin, that I'd never once actually
Then the C + + guys look back with chagrin at the bad-old-days of rolling their own half-assed object
Next day it all came out, sadly to my chagrin ; and still I was not altogether sorry: I thought the burden
history tapes, had about it a quality of penance that suited me, though after a time I discovered to my chagrin
There's another music-biz axiom that daft Punk's flouted this year , much to the chagrin of its fans:
One of the first things we did when we moved in, to the chagrin of the architect, was to replace the leaded windows.