Definition of "demoralization" [de•mor•al•i•za•tion]
The act of corrupting or subverting morale, discipline, courage, hope, etc., or the state of being corrupted or subverted in morale.(noun)
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Use "demoralization" in a sentence
"Tea party demoralization is right around the corner."
"So on this line of thought, the anti-social behavior of young people in this category derives from their "demoralization" -- their failure, or society's failure, to absorb a compelling set of normative standards about personal and social conduct."
"I think she ` s probably experiencing what they call -- and I ` m a recovering alcoholic myself, with, God willing, in April, 13 years of sobriety -- incomprehensible demoralization, which is what people experience."