discouragement

[ dih-skur-ij-muhnt, -skuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF discouragement
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I have worked harder than ever I did and discouragement has slapped me on the face.

She said this violently, but she let her clasped hands fall in discouragement.

He has his orders, and would be marked for discouragement if he overstepped them.

The inutility of these attempts proved no manner of discouragement to the Spaniards.

He became calmer, allowing his arms to fall by his side in discouragement.

His thoughts of death and his discouragement were now far away.

I cannot tell, I cannot tell,' said the young girl with an expression of discouragement. '

You must not be surprised, then, at our discouragement and our impatience.

That there is much in the present situation, both of encouragement and discouragement, is patent.

"It won't do; it won't do at all," said Bison Billiam, in a tone almost of discouragement.

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