Definition of Chagrinned
1. chagrin [v] - See also: chagrin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chagrinned
Literary usage of Chagrinned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1842)
"He was much chagrinned that he could not gain the ascendancy over that nation, and bring this ancient enemy, end sometimes the conqueror of France, ..."
2. Border Wars of Texas: Being an Authentic and Popular Account, in by James T. De Shields (1912)
"... Texans were quick of action, fearlessly brave, and invincible of purpose—against any odds." The savages were crestfallen and chagrinned, and sullenly ..."
3. Burrows of Michigan and the Republican Party: A Biography and a History by William Dana Orcutt (1917)
"We were chagrinned not to be recognized as the heroes we felt ourselves to be. Finally Jerome, hoping to attract attention, assumed the attitude of the ..."
4. The Birds of Ohio: A Complete Scientific and Popular Description of the 320 by William Leon Dawson, Lynds Jones (1903)
"The Downy Woodpecker is the last to leave, and does so apologetically, as tho he were chagrinned at the unexpected rudeness of ..."
5. Quarterly Publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio (1906)
"I advised them against it; they have now found out that they have been used, and are much chagrinned." u Torrence Papers, Box 18, No. 5. ..."
6. British Highways and Byways from a Motor Car: Being a Record of a Five by Thomas Dowler Murphy (1908)
"We were naturally enough much chagrinned, not knowing how much inconvenience and delay this incident might cause. The constable took my name and the number ..."