disheartened : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis hor tuhnd

  • v  take away the enthusiasm of
  • s  made less hopeful or enthusiastic
    the disheartened instructor tried vainly to arouse their interest

  • The detainee seems disheartened by her response.
  • Other commission members were equally disheartened.
  • The international aid community is disheartened by the prospect of another five years of a government that is infested with warlords and drug traffickers.
News & Articles


  • Calipari in ESPN
    I'm very disappointed and disheartened by the NCAA's findings,Calipari said in a statement. "I fully support the University of Memphis' appeal and until that process is carried through to its completion, I will have no further comments on...
  • Tom Penders in Forbes
    I'm not disheartened by our team's performance because we gave it everything we had,Penders said. "We just didn't have enough depth."

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