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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdishearteneddis‧heart‧ened /dɪsˈhɑːtnd $ -ɑːrtnd/ adjective formal  DISAPPOINTEDdisappointed, so that you lose hope and the determination to continue doing something If young children don’t see quick results they grow disheartened.dishearten verb [transitive]
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disheartenedEach day, Lou came back from the mailbox disheartened.My only worry is that, with the ground drying up, they might go so fast that he gets disheartened.A disheartened army continued towards Taunton where, hearing of the superior army approaching from London, Warbeck slipped away.
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