Discouraged Definition

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1. A blonde or red headed man was thought to resemble an enemy Norseman and so was discouraged! 0
2. A discouraged platoon often needs encouragement to stay the course when they are exhausted and scared. 1
3. A lot of players get discouraged and quit. 1
4. A reunion of the discouraged, dispossessed. 1
5. A reunion of the discouraged, dispossessed. This website 1
6. A spell of tough luck discouraged him. 1
7. A spell of tough luck discouraged us. 1
8. Albeit he has failed twice, he is not discouraged. 1
9. Alfred was not discouraged and in 1864 he was able to start mass production of nitroglycerine. 1
10. All her strength drained out when she was discouraged in what she was doing. 1
11. Although several generations of Gunters have called Cannon County home, the lack of local job prospects has profoundly discouraged him. 1
12. Arrangements for committal proceedings should be reviewed, and short term imprisonment discouraged as being expensive and of little reformative value. 1
13. As a girl in a small Italian town in the 1870s, Montessori excelled in elementary school and wished to continue her education, which girls were discouraged from doing at the time. 1
14. At the same time step-parent adoptions have been discouraged and have almost halved since the Children Act 1975. 1
15. Be believing, be happy, don't get discouraged. Things will work out. Gordon B. Hinckley  1
16. Betty discouraged a fly from sitting on it and watched it as she prepared a salad for herself. 1
17. But according to internal documents, FEMA lawyers discouraged officials from actually pursuing those reports. 1
18. But neither does he get discouraged. 1
19. But the cost is enormous and requires huge subsidies to producers and import restraints which have discouraged competitive exporters. 1
20. But the directors of the museum at that time were so insensitive that they actually discouraged her generous offer. 1
21. But those who have clearly not been healed do not appear discouraged. 1
22. But when I am discouraged or downcast I need only fling open the door of my closet, and there, hidden behind everything else, hangs the mantle of Michel de Montaigne, smelling slightly of camphor. 1
23. But when I am discouraged or downcast I need only fling open the door of my closet, and there, hidden everything else, hangs the mantle of Michel de Montaigne, smelling slightly of camphor. 1
24. Certain life events, such as bereavement or other loss, can produce the same discouraged state of mind. 1
25. Certain staff who might have shown a real aptitude for broadcasting found themselves discouraged by civil service rules on promotion and pay. 1
26. Certainly, voluntary anonymised seroprevalence studies are discouraged because it is felt that even a 5% refusal rate may invalidate the results. 1
27. Children are easily discouraged from reading. 1
28. Claimants will be discouraged from living in accommodation too large for their needs. 1
29. Commoners were discouraged from looking directly at any part of his person other than his feet. 1
30. Contact between the different groups was actively discouraged. 1
 

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