His loss of faith in his own powers, however, had a demoralising effect upon him, and he was soon ripe for absolute scepticism.
demoralising as it was for men, it did at least leave them the free use of their minds.
Precisely as happens to minds when exposed to demoralising influences.
Yet the majority had persevered in this demoralising system.
But they only came on after our good friend had shaken this demoralising dust off his feet.
That was not demoralising to the Afghans, who have not European nerves.
Therefore he uplifted a warning voice against the futile, demoralising fantasticality of the Romanticists.
No one can have an idea of how demoralising this rain of projectiles was.
That the company afterwards did well was specially creditable in view of this demoralising prelude.
I think the effects of what I have been stating are most debasing and demoralising.