Definition of Chagrined

1. Adjective. Feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious. "Was embarrassed by her child's tantrums"

Exact synonyms: Abashed, Embarrassed
Similar to: Discomposed



Definition of Chagrined

1. Verb. (past of chagrin) ¹

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Definition of Chagrined

1. chagrin [v] - See also: chagrin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chagrined

chaffweeds
chaffy
chafing
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chafing dishes
chafing gear
chaft
chafts
chagan
chagans
chagas cardiomyopathy
chagasic myocardiopathy
chagoma
chagreen
chagrin
chagrined (current term)
chagrining
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chagrinning
chagrins
chai
chaidamuite
chain
chain-compensated spirometer
chain-smoke
chain-smoked
chain-smoker
chain-smokers
chain-smokes
chain-smoking

Literary usage of Chagrined

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1870)
"... stating that “ the trade were so chagrined at Taylor having secured the enormous profits of Robinson ..."

2. Life and Letters of Sir Gilbert Elliot, First Earl of Minto, from 1751 to by Gilbert Elliot Minto (1874)
"had always found himself, he did not know how, left alone with her, or placed next to her, and that he had felt so seriously chagrined the whole day (this ..."

3. The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King: Comprising His Letters, Private by Rufus King (1896)
"... Hamilton profoundly chagrined—Democrats Disappointed—King to Secretary of State—New Ministers not yet in Office—Ratification of French Convention will ..."

4. The Civil War in Song and Story: 1860-1865 by Frank Moore (1889)
"The General turned away chagrined and mortified. Captain Brown also left the boat almost immediately, nnd, although urgently requested to withdraw his ..."

5. The Mercersburg Review by Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1852)
"We were chagrined to think that Dr. M. woul.d lta,ve it, that our heroism in the persistent use, of the 'freezing bath was all thrown away. ..."

6. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1850)
"When the young mechanic procures a European work on Naval Architecture, he is chagrined to find that, instead of being assisted in his efforts to learn to ..."

7. The Battle of the Wilderness by Morris Schaff (1910)
"Wadsworth, terribly chagrined over the conduct of his division in the attack up the Pike, was anxious to retrieve the reputation of his troops, ..."

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