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When would both be appropriate and when would only one be appropriate? How much do they overlap?

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    They overlap a lot, so you'd need to give a specific context to decide which might be more suitable. But note that chagrin is much less common - and in some contexts will more strongly imply guilt / regret (at something you did), rather than consternation (because of things done to you, or simply "happenstance"). Dec 23, 2019 at 16:45

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