1 I'm disappointed in you, and haven't spirits to see your father now.
2 I didn't like to say anything, but I was sadly disappointed in my umbrella.
3 So the diver hoisted it up, and was much disappointed on opening it to find no pearls.
4 Laurie felt this instinctively and laid himself down again, with a sense of disappointment which he could not explain.
5 She had her girlish ambitions and hopes, and felt some disappointment at the humble way in which the new life must begin.
6 It was not fair, for she tried more than Amy to be good, but never got any reward, only disappointment, trouble and hard work.
7 "I'm very sorry you were disappointed, dear, but we all did our best to satisfy you," said Mrs. March, in a tone full of motherly regret.
8 But it won't be easy, for it is a dreadful disappointment, and poor Jo bedewed the little fat pincushion she held with several very bitter tears.
9 I understand, Mother, and quite agree, but I'm disappointed about Meg, for I'd planned to have her marry Teddy by-and-by and sit in the lap of luxury all her days.
10 No stockings hung at the fireplace, and for a moment she felt as much disappointed as she did long ago, when her little sock fell down because it was crammed so full of goodies.
11 "If that's the way he's going to grow up, I wish he'd stay a boy," she thought, with a curious sense of disappointment and discomfort, trying meantime to seem quite easy and gay.
12 He was disgusted with himself, surprised at his own fickleness, and full of a queer mixture of disappointment and relief that he could recover from such a tremendous blow so soon.
13 Your letter came in the morning, but you said nothing about a parcel, meaning it for a surprise, so I was disappointed, for I'd had a 'kind of feeling' that you wouldn't forget me.
14 The Vaughns hope to meet us in Rome next winter, and I shall be dreadfully disappointed if they don't, for Grace and I are great friends, and the boys very nice fellows, especially Fred.
15 "I am not sorry you lost them, for you broke the rules, and deserved some punishment for disobedience," was the severe reply, which rather disappointed the young lady, who expected nothing but sympathy.
16 A poor woman came in with a pail and a mop, and asked Mr. Cutter if he would let her do some scrubbing for a bit of fish, because she hadn't any dinner for her children, and had been disappointed of a day's work.
17 Being sure that no one could do it so well as herself, she went straight to Mr. Laurence, told the hard story bravely through, and then broke down, crying so dismally over her own insensibility that the kind old gentleman, though sorely disappointed, did not utter a reproach.
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