Definition of Demoralizations

1. demoralization [n] - See also: demoralization



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demoralizations

demonymic
demonyms
demoparties
demoparty
demophile
demophiles
demorage
demorages
demoralisation
demoralise
demoralised
demoralises
demoralising
demoralisingly
demoralization
demoralizations (current term)
demoralize
demoralized
demoralizer
demoralizers
demoralizes
demoralizing
demoralizingly
demorphinization
demos
demosaic
demosaiced
demosaicing
demosaicked
demosaicking

Literary usage of Demoralizations

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1. Seventy Centuries of the Life of Mankind: In a Survey of History from the by Josephus Nelson Larned (1907)
"His rupture with congress.—Congressional measures of reconstruction and their results.—Period of demoralizations.—Presidency of General Grant. ..."

2. The Rise and Fall of Nations: With Portrayals of Their Great Men and Women by Josephus Nelson Larned (1907)
"Period of demoralizations.—Presidency of General Grant.— Settlement of "Alabama -- claims. Events in Europe: Unification of Italy. ..."

3. Orations from Homer to William McKinley by Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1902)
"When the French flag went down at Quebec, the Bible was opened for the Mississippi [Valley and for the Pacific Coast. But we had demoralizations following ..."

4. Masterpieces of Eloquence: Famous Orations of Great World Leaders from Early by Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1905)
"When the French flag went down at Quebec, the Bible was opened for the Mississippi Valley and for the Pacific Coast. But we had demoralizations following ..."

5. Seventy Centuries of the Life of Mankind: In a Survey of History from the by Josephus Nelson Larned (1907)
"It was a period of most ruinous conflicts, and of miserable demoralizations and disorders, which depressed all Europe by their effects. ..."

6. The Rise and Fall of Nations: With Portrayals of Their Great Men and Women by Josephus Nelson Larned (1907)
"War, pestilence and demoralizations. The " Hundred Years War " waged by the English in France' Its beginning by Edward III. — The Black Prince. ..."

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