Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.(noun)
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Use "dejection" in a sentence
"Those most disillusioned by Blair's career are those who believed he really was something quite out of the ordinary: the dejection is the greater because he promised so much. —"
"Holmqvist was left bowed forward on his knees in dejection, his helmet touching the ice, after the game-winner."
"If he was off by more than ten minutes he would fain dejection and wouldn't feel right about himself until the next time I quizzed him and he guessed within the window."