Which preposition to use with disappoint

in Occurrences 301%

For centuries, religion has too often been thought of, too often spoken of, as if it were the last resource of the heart, A brilliant young professor of psychology not long ago referred to religion as something to flee to, by those who were disappointed in love!

at Occurrences 96%

Father had been greatly disappointed at the failure of his California expedition, and still desired to move to some new country.

of Occurrences 56%

The piles were so wet that they could no longer be lighted; and the crowd, disappointed of a miracle so impatiently looked for, separated, with the notion of having been unworthily trifled with.

with Occurrences 30%

" I have visited portions of this wilderness at least once every summer for the last ten years, and I have never yet been disappointed with my fortnight's sport, or failed to meet with a degree of success which abundantly satisfied me, at least.

about Occurrences 6%

Karr sighed several times, as if he was disappointed about something; but Grayskin stepped alonghis head in the airand seemed delighted over the adventure.

on Occurrences 6%

Like the rest of her young companions, Marian was greatly disappointed on the view of her intended captive, and for a day or two she abandoned him to his melancholy and himself.

for Occurrences 5%

"Because if I should miss getting a look at that ghost, I'd be disappointed for life.

over Occurrences 4%

Don't ever imagine that I shall be disappointed over anything that you do, as long as you remain true to yourself and your manhood.

by Occurrences 3%

and whom he disappointed by accepting his invitation at once, and not Maydening it; no insignificant term as he applies it: for, as he says, Who looks for double biddings to a feast, May dine at home for an importune guest.

without Occurrences 2%

The enamoured Súdáveh, however, was not to be disappointed without further effort, and on a subsequent day she boldly went to the king, and praising the character and attainments of his son, proposed that he should be united in marriage to one of the damsels of royal lineage under her care.

beyond Occurrences 2%

" I will not deny that I was disappointed beyond measure by this result.

during Occurrences 2%

Ah! how bitterly I have been disappointed during these last weeks!

like Occurrences 1%

Rather than let myself be disappointed like this I never want to see another play all my life.

than Occurrences 1%

" Tocqueville, thus anticipating the Revolution, was more afflicted and disappointed than surprised, when it overthrew the monarchy in February.

through Occurrences 1%

I little thought then that the only certain winner at the gaming-table is the table itself, and made up my mind as I walked alone and disappointed through Windsor Park, on my way to the station, that I would never touch a card againand I never did.

into Occurrences 1%

On the other hand, the podestà was nettled, and disappointed into the bargain, for he really imagined he was drawing nice distinctions, much as it was his wont to do in legal proceedings; and it was his ambition to be thought to know something of everything.

as Occurrences 1%

At a subsequent interview, they appeared to be quite disheartened; and to be grievously disappointed as to the object of their mission.

Which preposition to use with  disappoint