dejectedly dejectedly


  • (adv) in a dejected manner


  1. To one side are panels of the teen walking dejectedly down an empty street and sitting outside two idle factories with his face slumped against his hands.
  2. Further decisions eliminated Architect Hamilton who dejectedly blamed his British birth, threatened a suit.
  3. As the Dean supporters dejectedly walked out, I told them to cheer uphe was probably kicking butt everywhere else in the state.


  1. Baldwin County beach drownings puts spotlight on rip current education

    Standing before the City Council Monday night, Fire Chief Hartley Brokenshaw spoke dejectedly after witnessing a 24-hour period that saw four lives lost off Baldwin County's beaches due to strong rip currents.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Mobile Press-Register

  2. Bus Ride From Atlantic City Gets Even Worse

    Anybody who has ever dejectedly boarded a northbound Greyhound in Atlantic City — usually broke, hung over, and in possession of a few new regrets — can tell you the journey back to New York is rarely a pleasant one.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

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cynic cynic
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