demoralize

[ dih-mawr-uh-lahyz, -mor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF demoralize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMORALIZE

Talbot considered it an attempt to demoralize him and was ready for it.

We indulge in feelings which tend to demoralize the whole character.

We demoralize and we extirpate, but we never really civilize.

The people were not yet demoralized, and the problem was how to demoralize them.

The Germans hope to demoralize us by circulating false reports.

The intensity of that white glow must have done much to demoralize them.

And such doctrine is evidently calculated to demoralize society.

The war through which we passed did not demoralize the people.

Truth, liberty, and justice cannot demoralize, but blind faith does.

The fear exists that the fall of the captain will demoralize the rest.

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