demoralized

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

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Riley was pointing a demoralized finger at a cage in the corner.

The Germans were demoralized and now was the time to strike.

Two of the demoralized fellows plunged into the passage that led to the cellar.

A demoralized, woe-begone, wilted, helpless figure was before me in the hall.

The Russian people are demoralized and will undertake any treachery for money.

His troops were taken by surprise, but they were not demoralized.

The anarchy that reigned had demoralized society, and they had suffered most.

It seemed to him just as though three weeks on shore had demoralized the ship's company.

"I thought I should beat," said Tim, with a discouraged and demoralized look.

As it was, the victory was dearly bought, and the Austrians were not demoralized.

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