desperation[ des-puh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF desperation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESPERATION
But, nerved as he was by desperation, he found the task greater than he could compass.
At last in desperation you embody it in a poem, an essay, a story.
Burke inquired in desperation before the plaintive outburst.
Her desperation lent her invention; just in this one way he must not find her out.
Perhaps in desperation you may assume the role of cook yourself.
In desperation I waited two more days, and still no word came.
Now, with the mad courage of desperation, it leaped recklessly at the monster.
The pain, together with the humiliation, roused Alan's wrath to desperation.
It is not, but it is one of those to which we are 96 driven in the desperation of impatience.
At last in desperation, he conceived the idea of going to Europe.