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- adj. Discouraged, despairing.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dishearten.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made less hopeful or enthusiastic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made less hopeful or enthusiastic
In closing, I would just say that I remain disheartened when you say (comment 114) that:
And I, you know, I was kind of disheartened because I started to really get interested in doing this and I thought there's no way we can afford to do this.
Honda, a Japanese-American who spent 14 months as a child in a World War II internment camp, issued a statement Tuesday, saying he was "disheartened" at Graham's language.
I wasn't actually as surprised or "disheartened" by this as the post would indicate.
Hut Landon, executive director of the Northern California Independent Booksellers Association, said he was "disheartened" with Chelsea Green's "decision to exclude independent booksellers."
I was even kind of disheartened when I read recently about the 90 year old Ohio woman who tried to kill herself when they attempted to foreclose on her home.
The International Herald Tribune, published in Baghdad speaks of the U.S. military being "disheartened" by its failure to restore order.
And he did use the word "disheartened" in about an hour-long interview, I think it was.
On Sunday, pro golfer Mark McNulty said he was "disheartened" that his family's home for the past 44 years at Chikali Farm, 100 miles (160 kilometers) north of Harare, was targeted for resettlement.
I am still broke, "disheartened;" and the Lord knows what I'll do if I'm shunted back into the hands of the tender hotel managers and porters.