Of the tendency of cruelty to demoralise its victims I have already spoken.
This seemed to demoralise every one, and they all commenced to retire.
They can bring such overwhelming force in all their movements that it has the effect to demoralise our new troops.
Why demoralise them, why instil the love of money into their innocent minds?
This followed up quickly by another and another could not fail to demoralise them utterly.
If he love her, the chances are that she will in the end weaken and demoralise him.
The performance of a good action has undoubtedly a tendency to elevate, as the perpetration of a bad one has to demoralise.
Too much politics in our food threatened to demoralise our large cities.
He saw interference would only demoralise him worse: for it is more ignoble to black boots clandestinely, than bravely; men ditto.
I'll try not to demoralise him; but he has given me some happy moments.