View definitions for more desponding
adjective as in desperate
The accounts of distress from the country grow worse and more desponding, and a return to one pound notes begins to be talked of.
You would make a good actor, but a very bad author; you could not look more desponding if the play was your own.
And when they finally see where the fault lies, they are still more desponding.
In 1753 he repeats his injunctions, but in a still more desponding tone.
On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to more desponding, such as: despondent, forlorn, futile, sad, vain, and downcast.
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