Definition of Dismays

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dismay) ¹



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Definition of Dismays

1. dismay [v] - See also: dismay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dismays

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dismasted
dismasting
dismastment
dismasts
dismay
dismayd
dismayed
dismayedness
dismayful
dismaying
dismayingly
dismayl
dismayled
dismayls
dismays (current term)
disme
dismember
dismembered
dismemberer
dismemberers
dismembering
dismemberings
dismemberment
dismemberments
dismembers
dismembrator
dismembrators
dismembre
dismembred

Literary usage of Dismays

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1. The Works of Virgil by Virgil (1891)
"... whom this injurious foreigner like weak fowls with war dismays, and by violence ravages your coasts. He shall betake himself to flight, and set sail far ..."

2. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"Bryan, Apparently Undecided, Expresses His Views—Startles and dismays a Group of Southern Democrats—What Governor Johnson Would Do—Third Term Talk Revived—" ..."

3. British Policy and Opinion During the Franco-Prussian War by Dora Neill Raymond (1921)
"The idea of a great war dismays her, and the thought of taking a step that might meet with a rebuff .... dismays ..."

4. The Psalter: With Responsive Readings by United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (1912)
"3 In God, the Lord, I rest, His word of grace I praise, His promise stands secure, Nor fear nor foe dismays. My foes shall backward turn When I appeal to ..."

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