Definition of 'demoralizing'
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Example sentences containing 'demoralizing'
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`Well, I know it's just harassment, but that can be demoralizing. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESSThe nights were bitterly cold, the days little warmer, the lack of light demoralizing. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATIONYou and I know that any prolonged stint in those boondocks is pretty demoralizing. THE ENDLESS GAME
Trends of 'demoralizing'
Used Occasionally. demoralizing is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'demoralizing'
British English: demoralizing ADJECTIVE
If something is demoralizing, it makes you lose so much confidence in what you are doing that you want to give up.
Redundancy can be a demoralising prospect.
Definition of demoralizing from the Collins English Dictionary
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