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Definition of "disheartened" []

  • Disappointed about something and having less confidence or less hope about it than before (adjective)
  • Discouraged, despairing. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of dishearten. (verb)

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Use "disheartened" in a sentence
  • "In closing, I would just say that I remain disheartened when you say (comment 114) that:"
  • "And I, you know, I was kind of disheartened because I started to really get interested in doing this and I thought there's no way we can afford to do this."
  • "Honda, a Japanese-American who spent 14 months as a child in a World War II internment camp, issued a statement Tuesday, saying he was "disheartened" at Graham's language."