- annoyance, Annoyance, vexation or discouragement.
- He noted with the mounting pile of unfinished homework.
- distress, Distress of mind, plus a sense of embarrassment. Particularly used in situations which would not cause embarrassment for another person.
- He is from a Welsh family, proudly lives in Wales, and speaks the language fluently. Much to his , though, he was actually born in London.
- (transitive) To bother or vex; to mortify.
Etymology: From (term, chagrin, lang=fr, , sorrow).
- She was chagrined to note that the paint had dried into a blotchy mess.
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