despondent

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In low spirits from loss of hope or courage
disheartened
{a} despairing, hopeless, dejected
without or almost without hope; "despondent about his failure"; "too heartsick to fight back
without or almost without hope; "despondent about his failure"; "too heartsick to fight back"
{s} depressed, dejected, gloomy, melancholy, hopeless
Marked by despondence; given to despondence; low-spirited; as, a despondent manner; a despondent prisoner
If you are despondent, you are very unhappy because you have been experiencing difficulties that you think you will not be able to overcome. I feel despondent when my work is rejected. + despondently de·spond·ent·ly Despondently, I went back and told Bill the news. extremely unhappy and without hope (despondere , from spondere )
low-spirited
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To give up the will, courage, or spirit; to become dejected, lose heart
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to lose spirit, courage, or hope
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{v} to despair, lose hope, faint, sicken
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{a} with or in despair, without hope
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To give up the will, courage, or spirit; to be thoroughly disheartened; to lose all courage; to become dispirited or depressed; to take an unhopeful view
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lose confidence or hope; become dejected; "The supporters of the Presidential candidate desponded when they learned the early results of the election
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lose confidence or hope; become dejected; "The supporters of the Presidential candidate desponded when they learned the early results of the election"
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{i} despondency, depression, melancholy
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Despondency
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{f} become despondent or discouraged, become depressed
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In a despondent manner
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with desperation; "`Why can't you understand?,' she asked despairingly"
despondently
dejectedly, gloomily, miserably, without hope
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