Rosamond," he said, turning his eyes on her with a melancholy look, "you should allow for a man's words when he is disappointed
He had been disappointed
in his certain hope of obtaining not only a beautiful, and, to him, highly attractive wife, but one whose rank and fortune might give brilliance to far inferior charms: he was likewise, no doubt, intensely mortified by his repulse, and deeply offended at the conduct of Miss Murray throughout.
All were disappointed
, for we hungered for a view of the ocean and the outside world.
Boxtel, like the people who enter a show at a fair, might be disappointed
, and refuse to pay on going out.
When I saw a real diamond in a lady's ring one day I was so disappointed
She then turned to Jones, and began to renew her apologies for having disappointed
him of his breakfast.
Russell Square was the boundary of her prison: she might walk thither occasionally, but was always back to sleep in her cell at night; to perform cheerless duties; to watch by thankless sick-beds; to suffer the harassment and tyranny of querulous disappointed old age.
Kirk will be disappointed of his majority this time," he said with a smile; "he will expect to find himself gazetted by the time the regiment reaches home.
No," said Sergeant Cuff; "I am not much disappointed
When he says to me what I don't like, I shall say to him, "My sister Loo will be hurt and disappointed
That from the father mentioned that most unexpectedly finding himself in the novel position of having been disappointed of a remittance from the City on which he had confidently counted, he took up his pen, being restrained by the unhappy circumstance of his incarceration during three-and-twenty years (doubly underlined), from coming himself, as he would otherwise certainly have done--took up his pen to entreat Mr Clennam to advance him the sum of Three Pounds Ten Shillings upon his I.
He then commissioned Maggy to return with his replies, and gave her the shilling of which the failure of her supplemental enterprise would have disappointed her otherwise.
I meant no more than to put the matter in its true light before you; though I acknowledge I did it selfishly enough, for I am disappointed.
But upon my soul I can't make flourishes, and I would rather be disappointed than try.
muttered Quilp, evidently disappointed
to believe that this was true.