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How to use dispirited in a sentence
I have dipped in and out when I can afford to feel angry or dispirited.
Even partisans locked into their choices were probably dispirited at what they were witnessing.Election live updates: Debate commission says it will change structure to ensure more ‘orderly discussion’|John Wagner, Felicia Sonmez, Amy B Wang|September 30, 2020|Washington Post
Only two years ago, with awful economic numbers and a dispirited opposition, he was riding high.What Republicans Need Right Now Is a Good Internal Fight|James Poulos|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cameras panning to American fans showed dispirited faces, furrowed brows.
While fans of snubbed teams will be furious, or dispirited, or both, Wellman will crush in the aftermath of Tourney selection.
Such efforts have reenergized a movement that seemed, until recently, to be dispirited.
It is a measure of just how dispirited the Democratic base is that its members were not sure that Obama had even this much in him.
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
Full of fears, anxiety, and mistrust, it was a very dispirited Rabecque that now slowly followed Monsieur Gaubert into the inn.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
He was now evidently exhausted by toil, and dispirited by disappointment.
I can hardly say why I have written this incoherent note; except, that I am dispirited, and thirst to talk to you.Alone|Marion Harland
To a lost wanderer, and especially to a dispirited woman, such magnitude was not sublime, but terrifying.Overland|John William De Forest