AFFABLE, CHASTISE, HORDE, PERPETRATE, CHAGRIN
Affable, Chastise, Horde, Perpetrate, and Chagrin In Sentences.
Because Gina is an affable young woman who is always agreeable, I was surprised to learn one of her teachers had to chastise her for misbehaving at school. According to the report, a horde of students, practically the entire class, began jumping in their chairs while a test was being distributed. The students were supposedly led by Gina. This comes as a shock to me because I can’t believe my innocent daughter would perpetrate such a disruptive act. To my chagrin, Gina has admitted she did lead the rebellion in her class. I am very disappointed. What can you do? Teenagers these days.
Affable – pleasant; charming
Chastise – to harshly reprimand or censure
Horde – a large number of people
Perpetrate – to execute an act, usually one of an immoral or criminal nature
Chagrin – distress produced as a result of embarrassment, disappointment, or failure.