Definition of discouraging in English:
Causing someone to lose confidence or enthusiasm; depressing: a discouraging experience
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- The political environment is likely to be equally discouraging for Labour.
- The news from Albright over the satellite phone was discouraging.
- We are living, my dear friend, in a discouraging time.
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- Others, even more discouragingly, said the questions were simply unanswerable.
- For the most part, ticket prices remain either beyond the reach of, or discouragingly expensive for, ordinary workers and youth.
- The little boy stomped away, sat back down next to Daniel, and began to stare discouragingly down the road.
Words that rhyme with discouragingmanaging • cottaging
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