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The whole country suffered and many families returned, disheartened, to friends in the East.
COLLECTION OF NEBRASKA PIONEER REMINISCENCESNEBRASKA SOCIETY OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
But in spite of all that Hermokrates could say, the Syracusans were very much cast down and disheartened.
You rolled such a lot of 259 polysyllables over me that a better man than I might have been disheartened.
But our hero was not the kind of a lad who is disheartened by one failure, or even half a dozen.
Even the President had no words in which to answer the poor, disheartened little missionary.
THE LILAC LADYRUTH ALBERTA BROWN
I was so annoyed, so disheartened; for I had set my heart on killing that gorilla, and I was on the point of giving up the chase.
LOST IN THE JUNGLEPAUL DU CHAILLU
Something easier, something more radical was necessary in his disheartened condition.
And these discouragements have so disheartened our officers that none of them seem to act with prudence and firmness.
When he returned to it in September, he found it reduced and disheartened.
AMERICAN MEN OF ACTIONBURTON E. STEVENSON
I am only a child, a mere novice, disheartened by the slightest obstacle.
MONSIEUR LECOQ, V.1EMILE GABORIAU

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