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demoralization

di maw ruh li zay shuhn

  • n  destroying the moral basis for a doctrine or policy
  • n  a state of disorder and confusion
    his inconsistency resulted in the demoralization of his staff
  • n  depression resulting from an undermining of your morale

  • The question now is whether it can survive the demoralization, considering that dozens of its commanders have been killed or have surrendered recently and some 300 rank-and-file .
  • His increasing demoralization could not have been unrelated to the dead end he found himself in, while from every radio, television and newspaper there issued declarations that .
  • It will not shut down the Legionaires, he notes, "But it's a complete demoralization.
News & Articles

  • French Open 2013: Serena Williams Will Solidify Dominance with Win
    At age 31, Serena Williams heads into her 2013 French Open final matchup versus Maria Sharapova possibly playing the best tennis of her entire career. Williams' defeat of fifth-seeded Sara Errani in the semifinals on Thursday was a Jordan-in-his-prime utter demoralization of her opponent. The world's top-ranked player defeated the upstart Italian, 6-0, 6-1, doing so in 46 minutes, a timeframe ...
    June 7, 2013 - Bleacher Report
Quotes

  • Ayaz Amir in Detroit Free Press
    They will just create a class of war profiteers ...... which is a recipe for demoralization,Amir said. "Pakistan has to do its own thinking, be left on its own and the Americans have to get the hell out of Afghanistan."
  • Arthur Levitt in MiamiHerald.com
    Arthur Levitt, a former SEC chairman, reported to Congress in October that the agency had undergone "a demoralization of the enforcement staff" in the last few years.
  • James Howard Kunstler in Examiner.com
    As we run up against the "Long Emergency" Kunstler said, "The dollar will be in for a rough ride. The demoralization could easily be worse than that of the Great Depression because we will not be living in Want amidst plenty", as FDR put it, but...

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