demoralisation demoralisation


  1. (n) a state of disorder and confusion
  2. (n) depression resulting from an undermining of your morale
  3. (n) destroying the moral basis for a doctrine or policy



  1. Mr Rabbitte added: "Labour has been pushing for a general election because of the terrible disaffection that is out there. The demoralisation is reflected in this poll in that the people just don't believe that those who are responsible for leading...
    on Jun 11, 2010 By: Pat Rabbitte Source: Belfast Telegraph

  2. General secretary Dave Prentis said: "In his last budget, the Chancellor has to begin to tackle growing demoralisation among the UK's public sector workers, whose pay is falling fast behind soaring living costs. It's Gordon's historic opportunity to...
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Dave Prentis Source:

  3. "The intention is to create fear and demoralisation," Karnataka Chief Minister Dharam Singh told reporters on Thursday. "They are terrorists and we are trying to identify who they are."
    on Dec 30, 2005 By: Dharam Singh Source: BBC News

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