dispiriting

[ dih-spir-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispiriting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPIRITING

But it was dispiriting to realize how Standish must privately appraise him.

At this time Henry's situation was most perilous and dispiriting.

It was two hours before he returned, and the news he brought was dispiriting.

Nothing can be more dismal or dispiriting than the fearful uproar.

Not sad or dispiriting by any means, but briskly enlivening was their lay.

Faced by these dispiriting facts, she felt her enthusiasm ebbing.

The worthy man proceeded at some length with these dispiriting particulars.

It was a great happiness to get away after this dragging, dispiriting delay.

Session after session had been scrambled through in dispiriting fashion.

This in itself was a relief from the daily dispiriting round.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISPIRITING

saddest

adjectiveunfortunate, distressing
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