Definition of Demoralized

1. Adjective. Made less hopeful or enthusiastic. "The disheartened instructor tried vainly to arouse their interest"

Exact synonyms: Demoralised, Discouraged, Disheartened
Similar to: Pessimistic



Definition of Demoralized

1. Verb. (past participle of demoralize) ¹

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Definition of Demoralized

1. demoralize [v] - See also: demoralize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demoralized

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

Literary usage of Demoralized

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1. Personal Reminiscences of James A. Scrymser: In Times of Peace and War by James Alexander Scrymser (1915)
"I take exception to the statement that the Army of the Potomac was "demoralized" at that time. The Army itself was not demoralized; if there was any ..."

2. Personal Reminiscences of James A. Scrymser: In Times of Peace and War by James Alexander Scrymser (1915)
"I take exception to the statement that the Army of the Potomac was "demoralized" at that time. The Army itself was not demoralized; if there was any ..."

3. Speeches, Correspondence and Political Papers of Carl Schurz by Carl Schurz (1913)
"Let me say to you that from what I have seen and heard I am convinced the spirit of the men is systematically demoralized and the confidence in their chief ..."

4. American Police Systems by Raymond Blaine Fosdick (1920)
"demoralized conditions without civil service.— Civil service in operation.— Appointments.— Promotions.— Discipline.— The limitations of civil service. ..."

5. Battle-fields of the South: From Bull Run to Fredericksburg; with Sketches by English Combatant (1863)
"... 1st—Reckless Sacrifice of Life by Magruder— Gallantry of Colonel Norman—The Enemy, fully routed and demoralized, seek Protection under their Gunboats. ..."

6. Raemaekers' Cartoons: With Accompanying Notes by Well-Known English Writers by Louis Raemaekers (1916)
"... armed with staves against a superbly equipped (but innocent and wantonly attacked) foe, were so stupid as to forget how to be broken and demoralized. ..."

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