(1) to his dismay , she left him(2) Before considering Mr Dennys' attack on the judgment I express my dismay at the futility of the litigation.(3) To her surprise and partial dismay Shaun was standing on the other side of the door.(4) Ethan put his arms stiffly at his sides and stood, to my dismay , like a little soldier.(5) Jack turns around and to his dismay further out in the ocean is a woman desperately calling for help.(6) He lifted his sword and to his dismay , his sword had disappeared from his hand at the blink of an eye.(7) His shock and dismay , in stark contrast to the delight of his friends, was compelling to behold.(8) It found, much to our dismay , that many, many young Australians have no sense of their own future at all.(9) The whole world is looking with shock and dismay on what's happening in Fiji.(10) To my dismay , but not utter shock, Jim was sitting at the table with his coffee and paper.(11) To my dismay , Jack suddenly changed direction and headed for the point in the ceiling directly above my head.(12) Religious parties realised this to their dismay when they failed at one poll after another.(13) Things got heated, and to my dismay , the racial slurs started, from both sides.(14) To their dismay , Staveley found they had their backs to the wall as Celtic grabbed two goals back.(15) Shock, silence, dismay and a plethora of emotions would overwhelm most viewers.(16) We do it now or face the repercussions in the future, much to our dismay and disdain.