Definition of "poor-spirited" [poor•-spir•it•ed]

  • Of a mean spirit; cowardly; base. (adjective)

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Use "poor-spirited" in a sentence
  • "Just half an hour by herself and she might be able to sort out the situation, for to accept it without a struggle seemed to her to be very poor-spirited."
  • "Indeed, though he always demeaned himself with personal kindness towards me, I believe he considered me as a dull and poor-spirited clown, who had disgraced my noble blood by my mean propensities."
  • "While America is being purposely distracted by Bush's puny, paltry and poor-spirited "War on Terror" and Noah is out shopping for Gucci knock-offs at Target instead of keeping an eye on the ark, our country is being left defenseless, unprotected and without lifeboats while the biggest Flood ever is rapidly heading our way."