other words for demoralized
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He staggered out, with Mrs. Biggs just behind him, and from that moment they were all demoralized.
The long stay of the troops with nothing to do except the daily drill and parade, and drinking toddy, has demoralized them.
Leaving me to reset the demoralized tents and do other chores, they started off, packing loads of about twenty-five pounds each.
The old stories of Lucretia and Virginia would have had no point among a demoralized people.
It seemed to him just as though three weeks on shore had demoralized the ship's company.
He has demoralized every department of his own Irish government, and every class of his own officials.
But the army of the Tennessee was too patriotic in spirit and too brave in heart to be demoralized at this.
The demoralized wretches fled to the river, and attempted to escape by swimming.
They have spurred a lazy and demoralized people to notable feats of arms and to still more astonishing feats of endurance.
Instinct warned her, incoherently, for all her faculties were too demoralized to be articulate, that this was no place for her.
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