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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chagrin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. feeling vexed, especially due to feeling inferior or unworthy and hence embarrassed.
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- adj. feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious
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Chloe nibbled on a strawberry, then placed it down on her plate, her expression chagrined.
We were just plain chagrined, but our chagrin was exceeded by our admiration for Canada's skill in handling its fiscal affairs.
Mullen described himself as "chagrined" after the meeting.
I thought that Justin was kind of chagrined in having his remarks taken out of context.
Eddie is always so "chagrined" and always compared to Adonis.
The word "chagrined" does not begin to describe the feeling that began to sweep over me.
Not that I particularly want it, "she added, and there was a kind of chagrined surprise in her voice," Which is odd, because when I was little, I thought that being made Heir was the highest possible pinnacle of success.
He paused at "chagrined," and repeated it impressively, so that the guttural grimness of its second syllable sounded most unpleasant.
So, we're getting a lot of e-mails from fans and stuff, kind of chagrined, you know, they don't necessarily like that, you know what I mean?
And after it was over, he came over and kind of chagrined, he said my father was a rector.