demoralising

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  • adj

Synonyms for demoralising

destructive of morale and self-reliance

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Campbell's coach, Linford Christie, almost ran down the back straight himself, screaming and hollering, so anxious was he to urge on the man who has suffered so demoralisingly withinjuries since winning silver at the Sydney Olympics.
Yet, because of Italy's demoralisingly heavy defeats against Wales and Ireland, their woeful World Cup and a perceived paucity of talent, many critics will be quick to bury England after this error-strewn performance rather than to praise them.
What has been demoralisingly evident through the present crisis, and before it, is that the rugby population of this part of the world has very little interest in the problems of Moseley FC.