Definition of Disheartenments

1. Noun. (plural of disheartenment) ¹



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Definition of Disheartenments

1. disheartenment [n] - See also: disheartenment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disheartenments

dishaunts
dishcloth
dishcloth gourd
dishcloths
dishclout
dishclouts
dishdasha
dishdashas
disheart
dishearted
dishearten
disheartened
disheartening
dishearteningly
disheartenment
disheartenments (current term)
disheartens
dishearting
dished
dished out
dished up
disheir
disheired
disheiring
disheirs
dishelm
dishelmed
dishelming
dishelms
disherison

Literary usage of Disheartenments

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1. Popular Science Monthly (1906)
"What would have been the effect of the same plainly indicated disheartenments, evil influences, examples on one nature as compared with another? ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1845)
"Added to these disheartenments to the country, all the fluctuations of European policy found, in some shape or other, ..."

3. Woman's Work in America by Annie Nathan Meyer (1891)
"But in face of all disheartenments, in 1837 Mount Holyoke Seminary was opened in the beautiful Connecticut valley. The mode of living was for a time almost ..."

4. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1845)
"Added to these disheartenments to the country, all the fluctuations of European policy found, in some shape or other, a reflex here. ..."

5. Prisoners of Poverty: Women Wage-workers, Their Trades and Their Lives by Helen Campbell (1887)
"But in face of all disheartenments, in 1837 Mount Holyoke Seminary was opened in the beautiful Connecticut valley. The mode of living was for a time almost ..."

6. The Teaching of Poetry in the High School by Arthur Henry Rolph Fairchild (1914)
"... to elevate morals, and to provide in later years an unfailing source of consolation for the disappointments, the disheartenments, and the defeats ..."

7. What is There in Religion? by Henry Sloane Coffin (1922)
"The believer is not spared the strains and disheartenments of other men, and his fellowship with Christ both immeasurably increases his sense of ..."

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