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Some poll workers said they felt vulnerable in their roles, or were disheartened by baseless claims that they felt undermined the election process they witnessed firsthand.

The pandemic began taking a toll and I was already disheartened, knowing that things wouldn’t be the same for a very long time.

From Time

Other people might have been disheartened by such unrelenting proximity to pain, but the knowledge that things could be worse filled Diaz, a relentless optimist, with a profound sense of calm.

Though I got disheartened by the strict mindset of being a restaurateur, I feel like I can do anything now.

If you have missed that slot, then no need to be disheartened as, by the end of this article, you will earn the best ways to get there.

He said nothing, not wishing perhaps to dishearten his companion.

While they dishearten the irresolute, they stimulate the brave.

Fortune may be kind or be unkind, it shall neither dishearten me nor uplift me.

It is an immense problem, often enough to dishearten good men and women.

No, no, there is nothing encouraging about it; and as for disheartening, nothing ought to dishearten a seaman.

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On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dishearten, such as: daunt, deject, demoralize, deter, discourage, and dismay.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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