dispirited

[ dih-spir-i-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispirited

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPIRITED

Dilly looked at this product of the patient art of woman with a dispirited gaze.

He was sad and dispirited, and ill at ease with his own heart.

Conyers sat alone in his barrack-room, very sad and dispirited.

He did not so much brood as rage inwardly in a dull, dispirited way.

"Well don't be dispirited," said Lorand, drawing me towards him and embracing me.

In my view a dispirited man is a beaten and discomfited one.

This unexpected success had inspired the rebels and dispirited us.

Also, in his chuckle-headed way, he was dispirited by the loss of the mate.

Papa had sat down and was leaning his head on his hand in a dispirited way.

More prisoners to be marched along, joining the other dispirited ranks.

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