Thesaurus / demoralizing

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Then they were adjudged immodest, and their conduct denounced as unwomanly and demoralizing.

The Grimk SistersCatherine H. Birney

On the contrary, they are usually only a trifle less wretched and demoralizing than times of revolution.

Another external and demoralizing interruption to talk is poor table-service.

ConversationMary Greer Conklin

It was evident also that the court exercised a demoralizing influence over the whole neighborhood.

Urban SketchesBret Harte

The demoralizing effects of civil war were beginning to show themselves in various directions.

George Washington, Vol. IHenry Cabot Lodge

That a whole carload of whisky had been seized bred a demoralizing thirst.

Bulldog CarneyW. A. Fraser

It must have an insidious, demoralizing effect, too, upon the persons who ride in these little vehicles.

Peking DustEllen N. La Motte

It is demoralizing every time, and often leads to greater crime.

Oscar the DetectiveHarlan Page Halsey

Is not the viciousness of Prussian militarism plus the demoralizing influence of Socialism a sufficient explanation?

There is no danger of demoralizing the world through divorce.

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