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Synonyms for dispirited

Synonyms for dispirited

Synonyms for dispirited

marked by low spirits


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filled with melancholy and despondency

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9 ( ANI ): Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan's Oruzgan province are dispirited and unable to attack anything but weak targets, an Australian military commander has said.
All he needed was a brolly as he stood in the technical area looking like his team - drenched, dishevelled and dispirited.
Prime Minister Erdogan also rejected arguments by main opposition CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu that the Turkish military was dispirited to fight terrorists.
Clearly dispirited with his performance, Davis immediately left Sheffield's English Institute of Sport without commenting.
LEEDS Carnegie will prop up the Aviva Premiership table heading into a fortnight's break for European action - but rugby director Andy Key is not dispirited.
She said: "It's really disappointing but our policy is not to be dispirited and if it happens we'll just put it back and carry on.
Dispirited Vale manager Martin Foyle admitted: "I don't know what is going wrong.
Would the Trojans, dispirited by not making it to the national championship game, fail to show up against the University of Michigan in the Rose Bowl?
Exhausted and dispirited, she travels back to her homeland, only to discover that all is not well; winter has held on far into spring, and a mysterious disease is killing chanters.
Seven fights down the dispirited Scouse support feared the worst as the super heavyweight finale drew closer, but in 6ft 7in champion Price the city has one of the biggest talents in world boxing.
In between them and Wales' first Grand Slam since 1978 stand Ireland, a dispirited side beaten by the French.
But for those dispirited and angered by the 2000 election, the president's response to 9/11 and its aftermath, his family's ties to Saudi oil, and the White House's monomaniacal prosecution of the war in Iraq (and subsequent disinterest in Osama bin Laden or weapons of mass destruction), Moore has fashioned a cri de coeur that resonates across the land.
The news of his arrival with three vessels, a plentiful supply of provisions and 150 men, gave heart to the dispirited colonists who agreed to return to Jamestown.
Like McCain, I'm not dispirited by the notion that Congress will have to revisit the issue every few years.
Dispirited, he chicken scratches a sketch and frowns, until she busts him: "You give up too soon