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di jekt

  • v  lower someone's spirits; make downhearted

  • Percy Hammond: "Beautifully 'a lady most deject and wretched,' she intones the bitter honeyed lines as if they were her own, and Ophelia's, not alone Shakespeare's.
  • Write on your doors the saying wise and old, "Be bold! Be bold!" and everywhere "Be bold;" "Be not too bold!" Yet better the excess Than the deject; better the.

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