Then isolation increases, with a strong tendency toward degeneracy and demoralization.
In the midst of this demoralization Toombs was a pillar of fire.
The first suggestion of the demoralization that accompanies living in the tropics was observed here.
He is just the man to tell us all about the demoralization of war.
Cabell's brigade, as already indicated, had had to be sent back "to avoid the contagion of demoralization."
This avoids a general pay day and the demoralization that would likely follow.
The chief source of demoralization among the Pioneers was the absence of women and children, and therefore of any real home.
It was an ominous joke that proved the demoralization of the Russian detachment.
All had yielded to the demoralization of victory, or to the temptation to plunder.
demoralization was spreading; something must be done, and done quickly, too.