deject[ dih-jekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deject
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEJECT
The things which do not disturb her temper may, perhaps, deject her spirits.
And I alone, of all men “most deject and wretched,” survive them all.
This did not dishearten or deject the golden party; far from it.
I must deject you now and make you listen to me; there is not much more to hear.
For one, the worst event of this day, though it may deject, shall not break or subdue me.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEJECT
- burn out
- give out
- go stale
- grow weary
- peter out
- poop out
- put to sleep
- wear down
- wear out