demoralization[ dih-mawr-uh-lahyz, -mor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF demoralization
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMORALIZATION
The demoralization was not by any means confined to the minor roads.
This avoids a general pay day and the demoralization that would likely follow.
It was an ominous joke that proved the demoralization of the Russian detachment.
In the midst of this demoralization Toombs was a pillar of fire.
He is just the man to tell us all about the demoralization of war.
In this way the demoralization of Grimworth women was checked.
Demoralization was spreading; something must be done, and done quickly, too.
It is the demoralization of all sound political action and life.
Often have we to deplore the demoralization we have conveyed to distant countries.
Certainly, not in the demoralization into which I see it now wandering.