⇒ ■ A chastened Agassi flew home for a period of deep contemplation.,
⇒ ■ The President now seems a more chastened and less confident politician.,
⇒ ■ A chastened Prime Minister analysed Labour's disastrous performance in the European Parliament elections.
After her sojourn at Greenham Common she had returned to London chastened , but at least still certain of that particular cause.Dreams of Innocence
Manfred was silent, suitably chastened , and by the time they reached the breakwaters at Montauk Harbor he'd been forgiven.AMAGANSETT (2004)
I wanted to rebuke him for it, as Chade would have chastened me.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)