demoralizing

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

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The Republic is not the demoralizing force some would have it believed.

However, the Anthonys were free from all demoralizing influences.

It is terrible to see how demoralizing our contact is to all sorts and conditions of men.

That was not demoralizing to the Afghans, who have not European nerves.

It is demoralizing,—it is to abandon the pride of conscious rectitude.

The deuce of it is, though, that it's demoralizing to make presents to your brokers.

But there is no romance in trench fighting; it is sickening, demoralizing.

To be out of place is demoralizing to all the powers of manhood.

Play or rest when we ought to be at work is weakening and demoralizing.

Practices the most dishonest and demoralizing were winked at or excused.

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