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consternation

kon ster nay shuhn

  • n  fear resulting from the awareness of danger

  • article preview consternation in the city.
  • Whatever it was, the fireball on Sunday caused great consternation and wonder across Central Texas.
  • Now and then he slides those funky yellow-tinted eyeglasses up his forehead, and interjects a wry observation as he looks on with a mixture of affection and consternation at the .
News & Articles

  • Radnor has 'serious problem with Canada geese'
    Crowds of Canada geese are causing consternation in Radnor Township. The birds leave messy and unsanitary droppings that promote algae growth in ponds.
    June 14, 2013 - Main Line Suburban Life
  • KITCHEN CALL: Soup, for any kind of weather
    Parisian chefs, to the joy of many and the consternation of a few, have been cooking classic recipes, using the same ingredients and methods for generations. They know, more than any other nation, how to deal with the meteorological mood swings.
    June 14, 2013 - Swampscott Reporter
  • Radnor's goose is cooked: Fowl play ruffles feathers on Main Line
    RADNOR -  Crowds of Canada geese are causing consternation in Radnor Township. The birds leave messy and unsanitary droppings that promote algae growth in ponds.
    June 14, 2013 - Delaware County Daily Times
Quotes

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in CNN
    I seem to be the topic of great conversation and consternation, and that's for a reason,Clinton said.
  • Tom Coburn in FOXNews
    I don't intend to irritate anybody,Coburn said in an interview. "I've just chosen to say, 'I'll take their consternation, if that's what it takes.'"
  • Carl Icahn in InformationWeek
    To my surprise and consternation, on the Friday call Yahoo, instead of being interested in the Microsoft offer, seemed to be focused on who would be running Yahoo,Icahn wrote. "Finally, Steve Ballmer suggested that we not spend the rest of...

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