Affected or marked by low spirits; dejected. See Synonyms at depressed.(adjective)
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Use "dispirited" in a sentence
"All who went out, returned back dispirited from the vain and weary search, and even the most sanguine began to grow sick at heart."
"The "dispirited" part is an obvious gaffe, but it seems that it's entirely possible to be a "conservative liberal," depending on what you mean by those terms."
"The Daily Telegraph said Capello desperately needs to shake up his team to get the best out of players like Frank Lampard and a "dispirited" Rooney before the final group C game with Slovenia."