demoralize

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  • How demoralized I was when you announced that you were going to stay! Cited from Over the Pass, by Frederick Palmer
  • A decided victory over the chief at the start would demoralize all the forces. Cited from Quiet Talks about Jesus, by S. D. Gordon
  • Yet all their efforts improved the demoralized condition of the country but little. Cited from The Haskalah Movement in Russia, by Jacob S. Raisin
  • The organization had gone to pieces because of the demoralizing example set by its leader. Cited from Fight for a Free Sea: A Chronicle of the War of 1812, by Ralph D. Paine
  • Nothing can be more demoralizing in its effect upon the character. Cited from Twentieth Century Negro Literature, by Various
  • What I object to is the demoralizing effect such a picture film would have. Cited from Attempted Assassination of T. Roosevelt, by Remey, Cochems and Bloodgood
  • Within a short time she has almost demoralized our city. Cited from Moral, by Ludwig Thoma
  • The first house we called at the girls were sort of demoralized. Cited from Peck's Compendium of Fun, by George W. Peck
  • She returned home so demoralized that for several days she could not stir. Cited from Jean-Christophe: In Paris, by Romain Rolland
  • Our artillery had demoralized the enemy at a point and sent them running. Cited from Joy in the Morning, by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
  • A single instance of this sort is quite enough to demoralize an army. Cited from The Roman Question, by Edmond About
  • He was afraid it would only demoralize us for the next day.
  • Determine to do your level best and never to demoralize yourself by doing your second best. Cited from Pushing to the Front, by Orison Swett Marden
  • Our demoralized troops, however, never halted until they got safe inside of them. Cited from Siege of Washington, D.C., F. Colburn Adams
  • Two weeks later, a demoralized Johnson announced he was no longer seeking re-election.
  • There is nothing more demoralizing to human nature than this knowledge. Cited from Roden's Corner, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • He, too, looked extremely grave, though he showed no demoralizing signs of fear. Cited from Dave Darrin's Fourth Year at Annapolis, by H. Irving Hancock
  • How far is all this demoralizing to our better life? Cited from The Crucifixion of Philip Strong, by Charles M. Sheldon
  • Some officers who tried to rally the demoralized soldiers were shot down by their own men.
  • Why should infantry be placed too close, and consequently have its advance demoralized? Cited from Battle Studies, by C. Ardant du Picq
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Meaning of demoralize

  • verb Confuse or put into disorder
    the boss's behavior demoralized everyone in the office