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Verb(1) corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality(2) lower someone's spirits; make downhearted(3) confuse or put into disorder
(1) Each attack is designed to demoralize our people and divide us from one another.(2) It is you and the like of you that deprave and demoralize youth and prepare criminals for the gallows.(3) They are helping our enemies to demoralize us into giving up.(4) The long-term economic woes have begun to have a demoralizing effect on the country as a whole.(5) Now, the national side, which once ruled the football world with a haughty confidence, is completely demoralized and there's less than a year to prepare for the great campaign on home ground.(6) Staff are demoralised , not least because local councils have eroded library opening hours and consequently cut shift allowances.(7) ├ö├ç├┐You're not far now,├ö├ç├û she deadpanned, setting me up for a demoralizing final 3.8 miles.(8) When he awoke and made the final preparations on his pack, Aaron further discovered that with sleeping bag, roll, and tent, his pack was demoralizingly heavy and probably structurally unsound.(9) ├ö├ç├┐People are very demoralized and unhappy,├ö├ç├û a former administration official said.(10) This is not just demoralization ; this is a clinical depression.(11) She is also pleased to have completed her course, having found some of the statistics modules demoralisingly difficult and the reading load hard to keep up with.(12) When confronted with a lethal and determined enemy, one has a responsibility to give short shrift to demoralizing and sinister nonsense.(13) I object, not to the paperwork that demoralises teachers, but to the undermining of them as caring and knowledgeable professionals that it represents.(14) The way you defeat an army, is by demoralizing the individual soldiers in it, or getting them to desert or retreat.(15) ├ö├ç├┐I thought I would find a company that had demoralised employees, low morale,├ö├ç├û he said.(16) Grimy wards, with paint peeling, dust gathering on windowsills and numerous unidentified stains, frighten patients and demoralise staff.
(1) demoralize :: أربك
1. dishearten ::
2. deprave ::
3. dispirit ::
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