verb transitiveWord forms: chaˈgrined or chaˈgrining
2. to cause to feel chagrin; embarrass and annoy; mortifyusually in the passive voice
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Word origin of 'chagrin'Fr, grief, sorrow, vexation, prob. < Norm chagreiner, to become gloomy (said of the weather) < OFr graignier, to sorrow < graim, sorrowful < Frank *gram