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demoralized

Line breaks: de|mor¦al|ized
Pronunciation: /dɪˈmɒrəlʌɪzd
 
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(also demoralised)

Definition of demoralized in English:

adjective

Having lost confidence or hope; disheartened: a weak and demoralized president
More example sentences
  • Without our most important member, the group had been demoralized.
  • Sadly, they have been demoralised by an unsupportive management.
  • Overconfidence in their chances of taking the demoralised Army side proved to be the downfall of the Navy men.

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