dishearten definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To shake or destroy the nerve or resolution of; dispirit. See Synonyms at discourage.
    • To discourage; to deprive of courage and hope; to depress the spirits of; to deject.
    • To shake or destroy the courage or quality of; dispirit. See Synonyms at discourage.
    • To discourage; to rob of nerve and hope; to depress the spirits of; to deject.
  • verb:
    • To discourage somebody by detatching their particular enthusiasm or nerve.
    • take away the enthusiasm of
    • To discourage someone by detatching their particular enthusiasm or courage.
    • take away the enthusiasm of
  • others:
    • To discourage; depress the spirits of; deject; impress with fear.
    • To discourage; depress the spirits of; deject; impress with anxiety.

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