Similar words: realize, specialize, utilize, oral, Democrat, democratic, demographic, demonstrate. Meaning: [dɪ'mɒrəlaɪz] v. 1. corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality 2. lower someone's spirits; make downhearted 3. confuse or put into disorder.
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(1) Talk of defeat had demoralized the team.
(2) The illness demoralized him and recovery took several weeks.
(3) Losing several matches in succession had completely demoralized the team.
(4) The troops were thoroughly demoralized by this set - back.
(5) Clearly, one of the objectives is to demoralize the enemy troops in any way they can.
(6) The refugees were cold, hungry, and demoralized.
(7) After the game, the players were tired and demoralized.
(8) Poor working conditions lead to demoralized and unproductive employees.
(9) The ship's crew were now exhausted and utterly demoralized.
(10) The workers here seem very demoralized.
(11) The enemy troops were exhausted and demoralized.
(12) The defeated army returned home as a demoralized rabble.
(13) They have left the teaching profession, demoralized and undervalued.
(14) Being out of work for a long time is very demoralizing.
(15) Defeat demoralized the army.
(16) We were so demoralized by that one wrong turn that were lost for hours.
(17) The news is very demoralizing.
(18) Gibson's home run demoralized the Astros.
(19) Demoralize the enemy from within by surprise, terror, sabotage, assassination. This is the war of the future. Adolf Hitler
(20) A clear understanding of this dilemma does not demoralize the masses.
(21) Demoralize. Foes suffer - 1 penalty on some actions.
(22) Constant criticism is enough to demoralize anybody. Sentencedict.com
(23) Rumors of impending sanctions can demoralize.
(24) I'd rather cut my throat than demoralize you on a day like this.
(25) Now, however, to recognize that leadership would be demoralize the people and lose their mass support.
(26) So, the idea is to completely demoralize the opponent once you have them down big.
(27) The soviet Union believes that it can demoralize Western Europe and paralyze us.
(28) Frequent gyrations in our national direction demoralize the Foreign Service.
(29) Until that moment Sabour had seemed to fit perfectly into the demoralized atmosphere of the classroom.
(30) Speculation in foreign exchange transactions will gravely corrupt and demoralize the Party conduct and social values.
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