Those hoping for another long, partisan slugfest may find the debate about regulating Wall Street a disappointment.
Peter Bourne tends to agree, the disappointment apparent in his voice.
“His whole life had been such a disappointment,” Dupont recalls.
“Hillary did not make the last cut,” Plouffe explains, without a trace of disappointment.
To a dreamer flat against the bricks of disappointment, the words were magic.
He then withdrew; but not without a bow to Ursula, in which there was more of sadness than disappointment.
I accosted him, when, to my chagrin and disappointment, he was a white man.
Cannon did not suffer from any disappointment as to the quality of the liquor.
Strange to see him struggle with his disappointment like a grieving child!
Great was the disappointment of Albert; great was the indignation of Victoria.