demoralized


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Related to demoralized: presumptuous, unequivocally
  • adj

Synonyms for demoralized

Synonyms for demoralized

made less hopeful or enthusiastic

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But yet, with the persistent avariciousness of the white man, the Arabs clung to their loot, and when morning came forced the demoralized Manyuema to take up their burdens of death and stagger on into the jungle.
For three years the Sophomores had won in the "rush"; that the victory of this year perched upon the Freshmen's banner was attributed to the strategic generalship of Gilbert Blythe, who marshalled the campaign and originated certain new tactics, which demoralized the Sophs and swept the Freshmen to triumph.
This tribe has had so much communication with sealers and whalers that most of the men can speak a little English and Spanish; and they are half civilized, and proportionally demoralized.
Your laborers will cheat you out of part of their working hours, and every one here will be demoralized.
On a question on whether he was demoralized by the scams which have emerged in his second term, the Prime Minister said: "There is no question of being demoralized.
The two incidents have demoralized the nation: one is release of Raymond Davis and other is Abbottabad operation which badly hurt the countrys image and dignity, he said.
The Interior Minister said: "Many say our officers were demoralized after April, May and June events.
The head of the broadcasting workers' union Bectu said that he could not rule out industrial action against the threatened job losses, and added that ITVstaff were the "most demoralized workforce in British television".
These consumers are disappointed and demoralized at seeing this type of advertising by Ford Motor Company, which seemingly supports the gay lifestyle.
He also claims that the Catholic priesthood is demoralized by groups of homosexual clergy who control admissions to the seminary and which men get nominated for bishop or get the large parishes.
Last but not least, the Wall Street Journal notes the growing popularity of conga lines, "energy dances" and impromptu in-office "parades" as a strategy to re-energize despondent or demoralized employees.
According to the researchers, women with HIV may experience "multiple chronic stressors" that outweigh any psychological benefit of effective treatments, or they may become demoralized if HAART's effects do not meet their expectations.
Viewers of such images are not always repelled or demoralized by them; they have had many other reactions, including an increased support for war.
In this vicious pecking order, males at the top bully bottom dwellers into a demoralized state of submission.
According to many of the Washington insiders prosecuting the war on terror, we lost America's longest-running and first televised war because the folks at home grew sickened and demoralized by pictures of napalmed villagers and body bags.