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Disheartened vs. Demoralized

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Disheartenedadjective

Discouraged, despairing.

Demoralized

made less hopeful or enthusiastic; rendered pessimistic; as, the demoralized Iraqi ground troops put up little resistance.

Disheartenedverb

simple past tense and past participle of dishearten

Demoralizedadjective

made less hopeful or enthusiastic;

‘desperate demoralized people looking for work’; ‘felt discouraged by the magnitude of the problem’; ‘the disheartened instructor tried vainly to arouse their interest’;

Disheartened

made less hopeful or enthusiastic; as, their lack of interest disheartened the instructor.

Disheartenedadjective

made less hopeful or enthusiastic;

‘desperate demoralized people looking for work’; ‘felt discouraged by the magnitude of the problem’; ‘the disheartened instructor tried vainly to arouse their interest’;

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