discouraged

[ dih-skur-ij, -skuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF discouraged

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOURAGED

But he was not discouraged; he was merely changing his tactics.

Notwithstanding their gentleness, during the first year the Huberts were often discouraged.

So easily is the humanity of the rich and great disgusted and discouraged!

The latter had given Cooke fresh hopes of success when he was worn and discouraged.

Discouraged and disgusted with the theatre, my passion for sculpture increased.

"It can hardly do any good," said the nurse in a discouraged tone.

“I told you it was hopeless, Matt,” Scott said in a discouraged voice.

They have suffered themselves to be discouraged by the difficulties of the case.

At last Hal he looked beat and discouraged, and said we'd got to give it up.

And don't get discouraged if you only come up an inch or so at a time.

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