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It was annoying, as the manager took his team to a near-miss in the tournament.
He was mortified at his failure in business.
Nothing is more disappointing than to lose in the finals.
I'm not sure why Tom said those things, but I bet he now wishes he hadn't.
I’m upset…I’m so upset I could die
I’m frustrated that I lost the game.
I was mad at myself that I failed the exam last year.
I resent being bullied in school

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