Chagrin

Chagrin

[shuh-grin]
Chagrin is used to explain strong feelings of annoyance or displeasure, sometimes mixed with embarrassment. In French, it means sorrow. In Dutch, a "chagrijn" is a person who is grumpy, unsatisfied. It is also used as a term for Turkish leather.

It can also refer to several places in the US state of Ohio:

It may also refer to shagreen, a type of leather.

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