1 You have all done more for me than I can ever thank you for, except by doing my best not to disappoint you.
2 Here are officers enough in Meryton to disappoint all the young ladies in the country.
3 He hesitated, and then snatched it from my hold; as if he fancied I only intended to tempt and disappoint him.
4 I am sure you will not disappoint my opinion of you, by failing at any time to treat your aunt Norris with the respect and attention that are due to her.
5 It's a pity he should break his neck himself, and disappoint the sight-seers.
6 To be an enthusiast had become her social vocation and, sometimes even when she did not feel like it, she became enthusiastic in order not to disappoint the expectations of those who knew her.
7 They are all expecting it, they are so sure that it will happen that I cannot, I cannot, disappoint them.
8 And, besides, I've already told 'em to put on another plate when I see you coming; so you mustn't disappoint us.'
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9 You will never disappoint me, Sergius.
10 She looked impatiently down the road again, and again she was disappointed.
11 Gerald was disappointed, for he had wanted a son, but he nevertheless was pleased enough over his small black-haired daughter to serve rum to every slave at Tara and to get roaringly, happily drunk himself.
12 "I am disappointed in you," he said.
13 Scarlett had made her plans to spend Christmas at Tara, but after Ashley's telegram came no power on earth, not even a direct command from the disappointed Ellen, could drag her away from Atlanta.
14 I thought you were a sensible person and I'm disappointed.
15 At first Scarlett was shocked and disappointed that Ashley did not immediately take hold and make the mill pay double what it had paid under her management.