Disheartened Definition

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1. A disheartened army continued towards Taunton where, hearing of the superior army approaching from London, Warbeck slipped away. 1
2. And just as this seeming fact of nature disheartened many Libyans, it bred a sense of untouchability in the dictator and his children. 1
3. At this time, I grew disheartened with the work, and started teaching in secondary school. 1
4. Being in low spirits; dejected and disheartened. 1
5. Col . 3:21 Fathers , do not vex your children, that they may not be disheartened. 1
6. Don't be disheartened by a single failure. 1
7. Don't be disheartened, every one will have stage fright the first time. 1
8. Each day, Lou came back from the mailbox disheartened. 1
9. Fathers, do not vex your children, that they may not be disheartened. 1
10. He felt disheartened at his failure. 1
11. He spent his days at home, too disheartened to even turn on his computer. 1
12. He was beginning to feel very disheartened. 1
13. He was disheartened by their hostile reaction. 1
14. He was still gloomy and disheartened. 1
15. He went away in wrath and reported that I was hiding behind my ramparts and would not give battle and that I disheartened my army. 1
16. He's easily disheartened by difficulties. 1
17. I think it's fair to say that there are a good number of disheartened ReiserFS users out there who have found themselves in this unfortunate no-win situation. 1
18. If young children don't see quick results they grow disheartened. 1
19. My only worry is that, with the ground drying up, they might go so fast that he gets disheartened. 1
20. News of another job rejection disheartened her badly. 1
21. No matter what time, no matter what may happen, I will never allow yourself a little get disheartened. 1
22. She became quite dejected, disheartened from all further effort on her own part whatever. 1
23. She was disheartened at the result. 1
24. She was very disheartened by the results of the test. 1
25. She's easily disheartened by difficulties. 1
26. The feeble applause disheartened us. 1
27. The Methodist people had declined numerically, lacked effective or consistent leadership and had become feeble and thoroughly disheartened. 1
28. The peasants were dismally disheartened by the long drought. 1
29. The Red Cross isn't too disheartened by the lack of interest, but no doubt the original owner would not be amused. 1
30. Those young men are too easily disheartened by difficulties. 1

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