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Demoralisation

noun
1.
A state of disorder and confusion.  Synonym: demoralization.
2.
Depression resulting from an undermining of your morale.  Synonym: demoralization.
3.
Destroying the moral basis for a doctrine or policy.  Synonym: demoralization.






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"Demoralisation" Quotes from Famous Books



... the socialist democrats cannot in conscience allow men any liberty, because, by their own nature, they tend in every instance to all kinds of degradation and demoralisation. ...
— Essays on Political Economy • Frederic Bastiat

... constituency to constituency, but between Westminster and his cousin Mandeville's offices in the City. In both places he was very busy. His leader had declared for a waiting policy, and an interval in which the demoralisation of defeat should pass away; the party must feel its feet again, the great man said. Constantine Blair was full of precedents for the course, quoting Lord Melbourne, Sir Robert Peel, Sir James Graham, and all the gods of the ...
— Quisante • Anthony Hope



Words linked to "Demoralisation" :   confusion, debasement, demoralise, degradation, depression



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