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On the other hand, rats that have no control over when they are shocked become depressed, dejected, develop ulcers, lose weight and have compromised immune systems that make them more susceptible to disease.Migrants and Refugees Face an Invisible Trauma We Can’t Ignore|Gunisha Kaur|October 21, 2021|Time
A Sanba rider gets a flat and returns to the start line, dejected.The Latin American Immigrants Shaking Up New York City’s Bike Races|smurguia|August 12, 2021|Outside Online
So I was dejected when I got the theater and the late afternoon show was sold out.The Stacks: Pauline Kael's Talking Heads Obsession|Pauline Kael|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As the paddlers have the sweat hosed off of them, they are either elated or dejected with the timing results.
The cameras often caught him smiling nervously but never looking dejected or mad.Don’t Cry for Johnny Football. The NFL’s 22nd Pick Will Do Just Fine.|Ben Teitelbaum|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was dejected and rejected yet again by someone who cashed my checks to tell me how to deal with dejection and rejection.
I sat at my desk feeling crushed and dejected about the great wrong we had perpetrated.Mandela, My Source: One Journalist’s Memory of Clandestine Meetings|Benjamin Pogrund|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He acted dejected and dispirited, and if he could have talked would have asked the meaning of it all.The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn
When Perkins entered Diottis room he found the violinist heavy-eyed and dejected.The Fifth String |John Philip Sousa
He put his arms about her and drew her into his lap, where she lay, a dejected little heap, sobbing bitterly.Those Dale Girls|Frank Weston Carruth
But his eyes roamed eagerly and changed to a burning, red color when they fell upon the dejected figure of his mistress.The Mayor's Wife|Anna Katherine Green
There are beings so dejected—so penurious—that this swearing constitutes their whole store of worldly opulence.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman