demoralising demoralising

Definition(s):

  • (adj) destructive of morale and self-reliance

Usage(s):

  • So demoralising was Gilchrist's assault, for example, that after being slapped for yet another boundary, the unflappable Chaminda Vaas bowled five wides and followed it with a .

News

  • Ashes 2013: Favourites Tag Doesn't Sit Well with England

    It’s the eve of the Ashes, England have won the last two series, and are odds on favourites to claim the coming series. There is just something not quite right about it. Most of English cricket fans grew us on a steady diet of scratching series victories against the second tier test nations interspersed with regular demoralising thrashings by first the West Indies and then Australia. The last 12 ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

Quotes

  1. "These terrrorist attacks are aimed at destroying our social fabric, undermining communal harmony and demoralising our people," Singh said. "These efforts will not succeed."
    on Jul 28, 2008 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Reuters

  2. "Sometimes you can't explain golf," said Cink. "Sometimes when you're hitting it all over the place and recovering well and making a few putts, it's demoralising to your opponent, and I think that's what happened."
    on Feb 22, 2008 By: Stewart Cink Source: ic Wales

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cynic cynic
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