dejected[ dih-jek-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF dejected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEJECTED
Unwashed and unshaven, he saunters moodily about, weary and dejected.
Seated on the ground, in a semicircle, were half a dozen dejected prisoners.
Yates stood for a moment regarding the dejected attitude of his friend.
While the conquered were still, sullen, and dejected, the victors triumphed.
Instead of being a dejected beauty, she is all life and gaiety.
Be comforted; be not dejected; do not despond, my dearest and best-beloved friend.
Richling was dejected from weariness, and his friend weary with dejections.
The doctor was dejected and stupefied at finding his science so faulty.
Then he added, in tones of dejected resignation: "When will you want it?"
On his next visit he appeared sorrowful and dejected, but said nothing.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DEJECTED
- in the pits