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Definition of "demoralised" [demoralised]

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

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Use "demoralised" in a sentence
  • "They also said that life-long Republicans they knew had been demoralised, that is until John McCain picked Sarah Palin as his running mate."
  • "Mr Bapela said the students were "demoralised" because of a lack of facilities, text books and other equipment."
  • "Jack caught up Abdullah's sword, and, by a desperate charge, cut through the opposing Turks, now "demoralised" by the loss of their leader, and regained his Bedouin and English friends."
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