1 Wrath and dismay contended in Ethan.
2 Occasionally when the slight breeze veered, puffs of smoke from the long barbecue pits floated over the crowd and were greeted with squeals of mock dismay from the ladies and violent flappings of palmetto fans.
3 Widowhood had crowded closely on the heels of marriage but, to her dismay, motherhood soon followed.
4 For a moment she stared at him bewildered, dropping her skirts in dismay.
5 Confusion and dismay filled her when she saw Rhett alight from his horse and toss the reins over the arm of the cast-iron negro boy who stood at the sidewalk.
6 She recalled a hundred grotesqueries: her comic dismay at his having chewed tobacco, the evening when she had tried to read poetry to him; matters which had seemed to vanish with no trace or sequence.
7 But her dismay at Mrs. Westlake's treachery had risen to active dread.
8 More than all, his treacherous retreats struck more of dismay than perhaps aught else.
9 Had these Leviathans been but a flock of simple sheep, pursued over the pasture by three fierce wolves, they could not possibly have evinced such excessive dismay.
10 All these things were going on now, and the family was helpless with dismay.
11 Jurgis and Ona heard these stories with dismay, for there was no telling when their own time might come.
12 However, one morning Marija took her usual detour, and, to her horror and dismay, saw a crowd of people in front of the bank, filling the avenue solid for half a block.
13 Then they escorted her to the ladder, and Jurgis heard her give an exclamation of dismay.
14 And Jurgis gave a cry of dismay.
15 Jurgis gave vent to a cry of dismay, cut off suddenly by the policeman, who seized him by the collar.