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Synonyms for dejected

Synonyms for dejected

Antonyms for dejected

affected or marked by low spirits

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"I, the woman complainant, a former SC employee, am not just highly disappointed and dejected to learn that the in-house committee 'has found no substance' in my complaint, but feel that gross injustice has been done to me as a woman citizen of India," she said.
Jockey Paul Townend romped in first on Al Boum Photo, leaving Sir Alex Ferguson dejected after his hotly-tipped horse Clan Des Obeaux was beaten by the outsider.
Ojerinde, in a statement made available to newsmen, hailed the courage of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Chief Adebayo Adelabu, for fighting a good cause and deepening democracy in the state, calling on APC members across the state not to feel dejected or sad about the loss.
Emery revealed the left-back was dejected in the dressing room but would not point the finger at his player afterwards.
I want to assume that he might be doing what we call boardroom negotiations, but even if he is doing so, nothing can bring hope to the dejected farmers.
But they were dejected at the team's poor performance.
Don't be dejected and sad, for the joy of the Lord is your strength!
Pictures taken at the airport show dejected fans making their way home, looking downbeat and disheartened.
According to the family, the poverty-stricken woman got dejected and took the extreme step.
He is extremely dejected as the maths paper got leaked and this 'leaking government' will hold the exam again," Congress leader Ajay Maken tweeted.
Heer said that she was dejected after grouping in her former party.
| Northern are dejected Michael O'Neill's side went down fighting, with the type of spirit that has typified his tenure - which may now come to an end given the work he has done in taking his small country to the brink of a first World Cup in 32 years.
Summary: When you feel dejected or lonely, uncomfortable, stressed, bored just take a walk
'All of us want something to prove; we can't call this overachieving if we played just the quarterfinals,' said a dejected Allein Maliksi Thursday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Karachi -- In a tragic incident, a dejected elderly pensioner jumped to his death from Karachi's Civic Centre building on Monday.