disheartened

[ US /dɪsˈhɑɹtənd/ ]
[ UK /dɪshˈɑːtənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. made less hopeful or enthusiastic
    the disheartened instructor tried vainly to arouse their interest
    felt discouraged by the magnitude of the problem
    desperate demoralized people looking for work
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  • He felt disheartened at his failure.
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  • I felt a bit disheartened by that, and it made me worry about what was going to come for the rest of the season. Times, Sunday Times
  • if you take a selector who has bullocked all his life to raise crops on dusty, stony patches in the scrubs, and put him on land where there's plenty of water and manure, he's apt to get disheartened.
  • He was disheartened by their hostile reaction.
  • If he were to win the Presidency and essentially be as nonassertive and bland as his campaign (which I think his platform portends) everyone whose hopes were raised by his candidacy will be completely disheartened. Obama: Hope And Change Are "The Causes Of My Life"
  • We were cold and disheartened. Times, Sunday Times
  • And of course we did know that, and it disheartened us to think no one would take notice of us.
  • I felt a bit disheartened by that, and it made me worry about what was going to come for the rest of the season. Times, Sunday Times
  • We weren't disheartened to lose as it was a tough tournament.
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