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Definition of "demoralisation" [demoralisation]

  • Alternative spelling of demoralization. (noun)

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Use "demoralisation" in a sentence
  • "The cause of the demoralisation is the sudden and (let's admit it) impressive turn-around of the fortunes of the Conservatives."
  • "And that demoralisation is absolutely necessary if they are to drive through the national police force that those with the ACPO/Home Office agenda clearly want."
  • "Emphasising that the issue concerns India's "self-respect", Prasad said the government's handling of the issue is sending out a "wrong message" and causing "demoralisation" in the country."