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  • v  lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
  • a  affected or marked by low spirits
    is dejected but trying to look cheerful

  • Even the bride looked dejected, arms folded tightly across her designer gown.
  • Anyone bored, lonely, grumpy or dejected (preferably all four) is welcome.
  • With dejected, hangdog mien Der Osaf left Der Reichsprsident.

  • Kurt Busch in International Herald Tribune
    There's no doubt the Gibbs guys feel dejected tonight,Kurt Busch said.
  • Lee Janzen in 940 News
    The good news is I didn't leave there totally dejected,Janzen said.
  • Sam Allardyce in Times Online
    Asked if the dressing room was at its lowest ebb to date, Allardyce replied: "Probably, yes. The players are very dejected and disappointed. It has been a massive effort with so many games in such a short period of time. Now it is three defeats on...

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