dispirit in English

cause (someone) to lose enthusiasm or hope.
the army was dispirited by the uncomfortable winter conditions

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1. To shake or destroy the courage or resolution of; dispirit.

2. How easily God can dispirit those nations that have been most celebrated for valour!