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synonyms for dejected

  • crestfallen
  • despondent
  • discouraged
  • disheartened
  • dispirited
  • gloomy
  • glum
  • morose
  • black
  • clouded
  • dampened
  • dashed
  • down
  • dragged
  • drooping
  • hurting
  • low
  • sagging
  • abject
  • all torn up
  • atrabilious
  • bleak
  • broody
  • bummed out
  • cast down
  • cheerless
  • disconsolate
  • dismal
  • doleful
  • down in the dumps
  • down in the mouth
  • downcast
  • downhearted
  • droopy
  • heavyhearted
  • in the pits
  • low-spirited
  • melancholy
  • miserable
  • moody
  • mopey
  • mopish
  • sad
  • shot down
  • spiritless
  • woebegone
  • wretched
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antonyms for dejected

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  • cheerful
  • elated
  • encouraged
  • happy
  • heartened
  • inspirited
  • above
  • upright
  • joyous
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How to use dejected in a sentence

A Sanba rider gets a flat and returns to the start line, dejected.
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He acted dejected and dispirited, and if he could have talked would have asked the meaning of it all.
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When Perkins entered Diottis room he found the violinist heavy-eyed and dejected.
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He put his arms about her and drew her into his lap, where she lay, a dejected little heap, sobbing bitterly.
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But his eyes roamed eagerly and changed to a burning, red color when they fell upon the dejected figure of his mistress.
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There are beings so dejected—so penurious—that this swearing constitutes their whole store of worldly opulence.
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When, next day, her father and mother returned from the Salon, their dejected faces proclaimed some disappointment.
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The only persons who were dejected or melancholy were those who were compelled to stay behind.
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For the first time in this expedition Roger Keyes seemed down on his luck: we had often before seen him raging, never dejected.
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Whenever Freethinkers are at all dejected they should have a chat with one of those gentleman.
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WORDS RELATED TO DEJECTED

  • base
  • contemptible
  • degraded
  • dejected
  • deplorable
  • dishonorable
  • fawning
  • forlorn
  • groveling
  • hangdog
  • humiliated
  • low
  • miserable
  • outcast
  • pitiable
  • servile
  • submissive
  • worthless
  • wretched
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