disheartened[ dis-hahr-tn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disheartened
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHEARTENED
The Hampshire knight was not a man to be disheartened by a reverse.
The loss of their leader so disheartened them that they made a hasty retreat.
This calamity so disheartened him that he lost all his strength.
She went off slowly as though she had been weary and disheartened like the men she carried.
Colonels, majors, and captains were rallying the disheartened men.
Other thousands who were not wounded were leaving the ranks, exhausted and disheartened.
Disheartened and desperate, they returned to the cove in which the yacht lay.
"I shall not be disheartened by rebuffs; I shall not fail," says Molly, intently.
But there was work to be had, and we would not let ourselves be disheartened.
I was not disheartened—so I kept on driving and being thrown out.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISHEARTENED
- bummed out
- cast down
- down in the dumps
- in pain
- shot down
- singing the blues
- weighed down
- have cold feet
- in awe
- run scared
- scared stiff
- scared to death