demoralisation


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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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The meeting comes at a time when there are reports of growing differences in the Grand Alliance Recently, Nitish and Lalu had made diametrically opposite remarks over PM Narendra Modi's recent visit to Pakistan Nitish had stressed that such visits were necessary to keep the peace efforts going Lalu said the PM had failed to contain terror Lalu had also held a former DGP, who was appointed by Nitish, responsible for the demoralisation of the state police force However, at the feast, Lalu said the state government was doing good work under Nitish
Job Centre staff are showing signs of demoralisation at being forced to implement a system many see as cruel and counterproductive.
Overworked staff and demoralisation are a direct consequence of too few staff.
Il est egalement accuse d'avoir [beaucoup moins que]detruit ou deteriore volontairement un outil de defense nationale[beaucoup plus grand que] et d'avoir participe a [beaucoup moins que]une entreprise de demoralisation de l'armee[beaucoup plus grand que].
This situation is leading to massive demoralisation among the ranks of the security forces, particularly the provincial police force.
That they succumbed at the hands of Evo-Stik North side Ramsbottom United should not constitute complete demoralisation.
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 the illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiency, and demoralisation.
According to the paper, she now describes her "journey" with Assange as one from "admiration to demoralisation.
Pakistani media, particularly the TV channels, overplay the outcome without analysing ground realities which leads to a national demoralisation as the results are not as projected.
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.
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.
PHILMcGUIRE insists he won't let demoralisation hinder his determination to help Inverness climb off the bottom of the table.