demoralized in English
a weak and demoralized president
their rejection of the treaty has demoralized the diplomatic community
It is a perceptive account of life in an occupied city, in which victors and vanquished alike are corrupted and demoralized .
Use "demoralized" in a sentence
1. The very practice is demoralized, and the practitioners are demoralized.
2. Defeat demoralized the army.
3. My men are already demoralized.
4. The army demoralized by defeat.
5. The commander's prostration demoralized his men.
6. The rejection can leave you demoralized.
7. The workers here seem very demoralized.
8. Gibson's home run demoralized the Astros.
9. You might think I've been demoralized.
10. The army was demoralized by defeat.
11. The enemy troops were exhausted and demoralized.
12. The refugees were cold, hungry, and demoralized.
13. The witness was demoralized by the cross - examination.
14. Talk of defeat demoralized the team.
15. Bad weather and many defeats demoralized the enemy.
16. The teachers, becoming demoralized, took to smoking opium.
17. 6 Talk of defeat had demoralized the team.
18. Talk of defeat had demoralized the team.
19. The company was demoralized and faintly musty.
20. Poor working conditions lead to demoralized and unproductive employees.
21. The defeated army returned home as a demoralized rabble.
22. They seemed demoralized and miserable, operating an endless mechanical process.
23. They have left the teaching profession, demoralized and undervalued.
24. After the game, the players were tired and demoralized.
25. The ship's crew were now exhausted and utterly demoralized.
26. The troops were thoroughly demoralized by this set - back.
27. The illness demoralized him and recovery took several weeks.
28. 23 Losing several matches in succession had completely demoralized the team.
29. 3 Losing several matches in succession had completely demoralized the team.
30. Seeing the smoke, the enemy forces outside became completely demoralized.
31. Firstly, members of the lower strata may become totally demoralized.
32. Losing several matches in succession had completely demoralized the team.
33. We were so demoralized by that one wrong turn that were lost for hours.
34. 18 Logical deals are killed, rational arguments are shouted down, ambitious engineers are demoralized.
35. Now after the war the Nationalists were, as indicated above , weakened, demoralized, and unpopular.
36. Logical deals are killed, rational arguments are shouted down, ambitious engineers are demoralized.
37. Accommodation failed to placate the critics and may have demoralized supporters of a strong defense.
38. The fact that food and water were running out due to slow progress, demoralized me still further.
39. This attitude, I learned, demoralized the Blackfoot people and led to a feeling of helplessness.
40. Bored people are more likely to be isolated, depressed, demoralized, and lacking in self-esteem.
41. Until that moment Sabour had seemed to fit perfectly into the demoralized atmosphere of the classroom.
42. Nothing but the most energetic exertion on the part of the officers prevents them from becoming demoralized.
43. Likewise, Russia’s demoralized intellectuals and political class, on whom the population relies to advocate change, neglect to act.
44. Many Jewish youth, who had joined the Haganah in order to defend the Jewish people, were greatly demoralized by operations against their own people.
45. Finding the party he founded demoralized, vilified, and acephalous, the combative Arce accepted the difficult challenge of running against the officially supported, popular Liberal candidate Ismael Montes.
46. As the war progressed, weapons and ammunition, not to mention training grounds, became rarer, the FANK was unable to train in-country their new recruits, leaving it an army of raw conscripts and demoralized veterans.