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Provost General Macy, of Massachusetts, established a guard to prevent depredations and to save the army from demoralization.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
From which it may be inferred,” remarked Isagani with a bitter smile, “that the government wishes our demoralization.
THE REIGN OF GREEDJOSE RIZAL
They were more like militia than regular forces; they fostered military virtues, without the demoralization of standing armies.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
Idle hours work demoralization and the ever-present example of the village loafer is not good.
THE MINISTER AND THE BOYALLAN HOBEN
The march of fifteen miles to Imbike showed a great demoralization in his men, many of them not coming up till nightfall.
STANLEY'S ADVENTURES IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAJOEL TYLER HEADLEY AND WILLIAM FLETCHER JOHNSON
Entire demoralization in freight rates throughout the southern states occurred in 1894.
RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
His nervousness was sufficient indication of the general demoralization of the household.
THE RISE OF ROSCOE PAINEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
It was almost ludicrous to behold the utter demoralization into which Luckstone's clients were thrown.
THE SUBSTITUTE PRISONERMAX MARCIN
The thought and action, long persisted in, will lead to a demoralization of the entire character of the individual.
NUGGETS OF THE NEW THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON,
In others there have been unmistakable signs of demoralization.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY: THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL. 8, PT. 2, NO. 1, JULY 1918VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO DEMORALIZATION

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