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OTHER WORDS FROM despondencypre·de·spond·en·cy, noun
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The soldiers were prone to anorexia, despondency and bouts of weeping.Nostalgia may have bona fide benefits in hard times, like the pandemic|Sujata Gupta|October 12, 2021|Science News
It has shattered our routines and livelihoods, robbed us of our loved ones and plunged many into despondency.Perspective-changing experiences, good or bad, can lead to richer lives|Sujata Gupta|September 1, 2021|Science News
What lingers long after Hirori’s harrowing film ends, however, is bone-deep despondency over the ugliness of so much of the world, and the arduousness—and often futility—of striving to make any significant difference in the face of overwhelming evil.The Real-Life Superheroes Rescuing ISIS Sex Slaves|Nick Schager|July 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
Rebekah could be a poster child for the current PhD despondency.
He sings angrily and directly to Anna about his feelings, his despondency, his pain—“Why do I have to pay attorney fees?!”
We recollect sharing in the despondency, and even despair, which paralysed our party.
She felt she had been childish and unwise the night before in giving herself over to despondency.
There was no despondency when she fell asleep that night; nor was there hope when she awoke in the morning.
From the councillors down to the humblest settlers all was despondency and discontent.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Her reins and her heart were all gone—was not that enough to cause those fits of despondency of which she complained?Women of Modern France|Hugo P. Thieme