disheartenment[ dis-hahr-tn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disheartenment
Synonyms for disheartenment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHEARTENMENT
There is no cause for disheartenment in the soul of the farmer after he has been down to the train.
It was more than chagrin, more than the disheartenment of the workman at failure, when he lost a patient.
It was a disheartenment from which nothing in the future, no hope, no dream, could deliver him.
He would never come across any but subjects of irritation or disheartenment.
Thither the Count hastened to work off the disheartenment into which the comments of the Princess had thrown him.
Before our amateur camp was fully pitched the dark cloud of dismay and disheartenment began to show rifts here and there.
If such were the fears of the timid and the pessimistic, still deeper was the disheartenment of the faithful.
Something worse than mere apathy appeared to have set in, something more than mere despondency and disheartenment.
He began to suspect himself of going imbecile with disheartenment and depression.
It is through such doors of disheartenment that temptation finds its easiest entrance.