use consternation in a sentence.
It's the "steal" option which is causing much consternation.
ML was taught at my school for first-years, but they changed it to Java while I was there, much to some professors' (rightful IMO) consternation.
Instead of hacking Wired journalists and remotely wiping their devices (much to their consternation), black hat folks should do this sort of thing.
The consternation over the ever increasing phone size will be proven to be the same as that over the omission of a numeric keypad on smartphones.
The lack of a meaningful definition shared by both law and society is the root of much of the consternation over the topic.
The popular online television site, which has been the cause of much consternation in HollywoodI don't get it -- why would it cause consternation?
One of my favorite urban dictionary entries:"(exclamation) Oldcootism used during great consternation or surprise.
I'm sorry this miscommunication has caused you so much consternation; I will readily agree it's no iPhone competitor at this time.
Compound their consternation by having fun with math.
Bill Waterson's Calvin & Hobbes poem introduced "defenestration" to me when I was young young young: "The monster, in his consternation, Demonstater defenestration".
It's baffling as to why anyone would make comparisons between Zynga, forex, and "Lending Club" or feel moral consternation at the possible damage twopenny short positions might have on international trade.
I've read that the LISP community was the only major part of the FP community that had trouble with this and that the other parts were always confused about why this caused such consternation with LISP.
One interesting thought: is the lack of battery installation diagram going to cause consternation in consumers who are by now very accustomed to battery installation diagrams?
Stupid password rules is probably the leading source of consternation for this internets user.
I'd argue that deciding to name 8 bits a byte and making the abbreviation of the latter simply the capitalization of the former was an ill-considered choice, and has led to much confusion, consternation, and gnashing of teeth over the years.
I'd make some snarky comment about the quality of one small but important part of Linux noted for ongoing consternation - sound - but seems that'd be poking a hornet's nest again.
I've never before felt interested in using a Ruby framework, having recoiled from Rails in consternation (though to be fair, I wasn't quite ready for a framework).