Chagrin refers to the anxiety or distress one feels when one is embarrassed or disappointed, or frustrated by one’s own failure. It often appears in the phrase to one’s chagrin.
When freestyle died out in the early 1990s, Mullen made the transition to street skating, in which tricks incorporate elements of the man-made environment such as steps, curbs, and handrails-often to the chagrin of property owners, who tend to view skateboarders as human vermin.
— Brendan Koerner, Wired, February 2015
In French, chagrin means “grief” or “sorrow,” and can also be an adjective meaning “sad.” Some etymologists have linked this word to another French word chagrin, referring to rough leather or skin.