demoralisation


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  • noun

Synonyms for demoralisation

a state of disorder and confusion

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depression resulting from an undermining of your morale

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destroying the moral basis for a doctrine or policy

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City's defeat at Arsenal on Sunday appeared to signal the end of their title hopes but they showed little sign of demoralisation as they crushed the Baggies.
I was to learn later in life that we tend to meet any new situation by reorganising and a wonderful method it can be for creating an illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiency and demoralisation.
And it is not difficult to comprehend either the consequent demoralisation in the soldiers' ranks if this is allowed to happen," the Agfo said.
Flintshire council chairman Colin Legg said: "The results have caused great distress and anxiety and great demoralisation.
He added: "We are seeing that there is a huge demoralisation because of the major problems of badly paid young members of An Garda Siochana unable to cope.
Coun Rice (Lab Ladywood) added: "The biggest risk that I can see is the demoralisation and disillusionment among the majority of staff who are relentlessly working their way through these savings and cannot see any reward at the end of the line.
To make the discussion more meaningful to a general audience it is possible to focus on individual symptoms and use the concept of demoralisation as a framework.
THE demoralisation of officers and staff is unbelievable.
They know at first hand the predictably disastrous results of throwing "sit down" money at Aboriginal societies: loss of self-esteem, demoralisation, alcoholism and an early death.
PHILMcGUIRE insists he won't let demoralisation hinder his determination to help Inverness climb off the bottom of the table.
Demoralisation hits profits and does not do any good for the British economy or the businesses on which it depends.
His comments were made shortly after he announced fresh financial support for the army after a long period of decline during the 1990s but against a continuing backdrop of tensions and demoralisation.
WITH regard to demoralisation of Tony Blair over the war in Iraq, the BBC are a bunch of politically-correct misfits.