stupidity has left me demoralized.
The rejection can leave you demoralized.
The army was demoralized by defeat.
The enemy is demoralized.
The stream of desperate and demoralized people seeking work.
Bad weather and many defeats demoralized the enemy.
An inconsistent policy that demoralized the staff .
The troops were thoroughly demoralized by this set-back.
Don't be demoralized when an employer turns you down.
The defated army returned home as a demoralized rabble.
The Teachers , becoming demoralized, took to smoking opium.
The whole union has been fragmented and demoralized.
It demoralized many Teachers to see cuts being made in key areas.
The enemy were demoralized and collapsed at the first encounter.
Losing several matches in succession had completely demoralized the team.
This inevitably leads to a frustrated, demoralized, and even paralyzed organization.
In the process of running from the front, he demoralized his competitors.
In a generation, they have descended from proud working class to demoralized underclass.
The enemy troops being exhausted and demoralized, our troops won a series of victories.
With the best known brand in the world, we have no reason to be demoralized.
The source blames"arbitrarily high"standards that came as a reaction from"demoralized"SFDA staff .
The resulting conflicts in policy, and the continual changing of plans, soon demoralized the department
Accommodation failed to placate the critics and may have demoralized supporters of a strong defense.
My mother was slowly dying of cancer, and our household had become agrim and demoralized place.
Most importantly for an Avon workforce that has been demoralized and downsized, McCoy seems to have the
Those who don't think they have the gift also become defensive and demoralized, and often opt out as
This demoralized Janos so much that, while he continued to work on mathematical problems, he published
her accusation that the CIA misled Congress, contending that the California Democrat's remarks have demoralized
Hungary has typically proven a tough track to overtake on unless drivers make mistakes and Webber looked demoralized
The enemy troops were exhausted and demoralized.
your career by distracting you from your job and forcing you into constant comparisons that leave you demoralized
Desperate demoralized people looking for work ; felt discouraged by the magnitude of the problem ; the
In overtime Dallas took control over a demoralized Thunder who will now have to rediscover their spirit
Moreover, developers are likely to become demoralized, burnt out, lose interest in the product, and perhaps
It got demoralized them very much and possibly the Russian Winter saved the Russian people from being
again, our forces had already had a fortnight's rest, whereas the enemy forces, hungry, exhausted and demoralized
Clearly, one of the objectives is to demoralize the enemy troops in any way they can.