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"Dismay Meaning"

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Similar Words: dismayingness, dismayingly, dismaying, dismayfully, dismayful, dismayedness, dismayed, dismayable

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Word Example of - Dismay

Example Sentences for dismay

The look of dismay began to appear again in Valentine's face.

And upon his untanned forehead oozed the perspiration of dismay.

When he heard of the change he said in dismay: Will that affect my scheme?

Whitefoot listened with something very like dismay in his heart.

It was from the distance of a field, but this was enough to fill Harriet with dismay.

There was a little chorus of dismay, but Notiki's voice did not swell the volume.

Then, as her eyes fell on the black grate, her voice changed to one of dismay.

This was said in such a decided tone that March looked at Mary in dismay.

While we were discussing the matter, what was my dismay to see an Indian on the top of the western cliff.

The old king heard him with dismay; things were worse than he thought.

Word Origin & History of - Dismay

    Word Origin & History

    dismay c.1300, from O.Fr. *desmaier, from L. de- intensive prefix + O.Fr. esmaier "to trouble, disturb," from V.L. *exmagare "divest of power or ability," from P.Gmc. stem *mag- "power, ability" (cf. O.H.G. magen "to be powerful or able;" see may (v.)). Related: Dismayed.

The Definition of - Dismay (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to break down the courage of completely, as by sudden danger or trouble; dishearten thoroughly; daunt:
    The surprise attack dismayed the enemy.
    2.
    to surprise in such a manner as to disillusion:
    She was dismayed to learn of their disloyalty.
    3.
    to alarm; perturb:
    The new law dismayed some of the more conservative politicians.
    noun
    4.
    sudden or complete loss of courage; utter disheartenment.
    5.
    sudden disillusionment.
    6.
    agitation of mind; perturbation; alarm.