dispirited definition

  • adjective:
    • impacted or marked by reasonable spirits; dejected. See Synonyms at depressed.
    • Without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, without the might to perform, disheartened.
    • Affected or marked by reduced spirits; dejected. See Synonyms at depressed.
    • despondent in spirits; deprived of cheer or enthusiasm; disheartened; discouraged; daunted.
    • Without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, with no will to accomplish, disheartened.
    • full of melancholy and despondency
    • despondent in spirits; deprived of cheer or passion; disheartened; frustrated; daunted.
    • marked by reduced spirits; showing no passion
    • full of melancholy and despondency
    • marked by low spirits; showing no passion
    • impacted or marked by reasonable spirits; dejected. See Synonyms at depressed.
    • Without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, minus the will to complete, disheartened.
    • despondent in spirits; deprived of cheer or passion; disheartened; discouraged; daunted.
    • full of melancholy and despondency
    • marked by reduced spirits; showing no passion
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and past participle of dispirit.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of dispirit.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of dispirit.
  • others:
    • Indicating despair of spirits; discouraged; dejected.
    • Spiritless; tame; wanting vitality: since, an undesirable, dispirited design.
    • Indicating depression of spirits; discouraged; dejected.
    • Spiritless; tame; wanting vigor: as, an undesirable, dispirited design.
    • Indicating depression of spirits; discouraged; dejected.
    • Spiritless; tame; wanting vigor: since, a poor, dispirited design.

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