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Definition of "demoralizing" []

  • Present participle of demoralize. (verb)
  • Disheartening (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "demoralizing" in a sentence
  • "What's more demoralizing is that so many people seem to buy into it."
  • "On television this sort of thing is enormously effective in demoralizing the innocent and well-mannered who, acting in good faith, do not lie or make personal insults, Buckley has made many honorable men look dishonest fools by his demagoguery, and by the time they recover from his first assault and are ready to retaliate, the program is over."
  • "I am so sick of the race card, I am so sick of this bipartisan bickering that Congress is more interested in demoralizing the other party than serving the citizens of America."