1 Amusement and chagrin seemed to be struggling for the mastery, until the former suddenly carried the day, and he burst into a hearty laugh.
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2 Holmes had taken out his watch, and as minute followed minute without result, an expression of the utmost chagrin and disappointment appeared upon his features.
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3 And Sir Geoffrey died of chagrin.
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4 He knew he ought to find some way of using it, or converting it, so that he needn't sell it, or needn't have the chagrin of failing to sell it.
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5 With this expression of feeling for his unfortunate friend, Master Bates sat himself on the nearest chair with an aspect of chagrin and despondency.
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6 Altogether, look as I would, there was nothing remarkable about the man save his blazing red head, and the expression of extreme chagrin and discontent upon his features.
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7 Many were the complaints below, and great the chagrin of the head cook at her failures.
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8 In her own past behaviour, there was a constant source of vexation and regret; and in the unhappy defects of her family, a subject of yet heavier chagrin.
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9 Next day it all came out, sadly to my chagrin; and still I was not altogether sorry: I thought the burden of directing and warning would be more efficiently borne by him than me.
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10 Cora bowed her head in disappointment, and, for a bitter moment struggled with her chagrin.
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11 Van Helsing did not seem to notice my silence; at any rate, he showed neither chagrin nor triumph.
12 Meanwhile Nikolai Petrovitch had already, in his parents' lifetime and to their no slight chagrin, had time to fall in love with the daughter of his landlord, a petty official, Prepolovensky.
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13 "You were about to confide it to Monsieur Bonacieux," said d'Artagnan, with chagrin.
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14 Sherlock Holmes looked deeply chagrined.
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