1. a feeling of low spirits
    he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits
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How To Use dispiritedness In A Sentence

  • There is no effort to hide the blandness and utter dispiritedness of that future.
  • Standing in the middle of the Main Street, looking at the crowd in front of him, his light-heartedness was quickly overwhelmed by dispiritedness.
  • Out of chaos emerges dispiritedness, because it is impossible to make a reasonable choice. THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND
  • Even though the dispiritedness of some of our colleagues disempowered the organizations, they continued to renew themselves in quality and in quantity went from 20 groups to 40 groups.
  • In effect, they are a kind of ongoing social experiment in how long people can live in a state of chronic poverty, and dispiritedness, before their bodies give way and their health falls apart. November 2003
  • The archetypal sin in the Bible is, we see, the sin of dispiritedness, of self-deflation that inevitably leads to more horrible sins. The Ten Commandments
  • One of the chief advantages of flow is that it enables people to escape the state of ‘psychic entropy,’ the distraction, depression, and dispiritedness that constantly threaten them.
  • And it shows in a general -- I think it ` s a dispiritedness you ` re seeing about the choices in the field. CNN Transcript Oct 4, 2007
  • He does tend to carry an air of dispiritedness about him," admitted Mingo. Darkness of the Light
  • I'm not sure whether this is enlightenment or dispiritedness on my part. Class Warfare and "Mary Poppins"
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