Meaning: worried about something that is unexpected
Students were dismayed by the new examination rules.
To his dismay, she left him alone.
Synonyms: concern, alarm, shock
The first known use of the word is in the 13th century.
Read more about the word ‘dismay’ from the website of Merriam Webster.
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