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dejection

noun de·jec·tion \di-ˈjek-shən, dē-\

: sadness that is caused by failure, loss, etc.

Full Definition of DEJECTION

:  lowness of spirits
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Examples of DEJECTION

  1. <I find that ice cream often works wonders when trying to overcome dejection.>

First Known Use of DEJECTION

15th century
DEJECTION Defined for Kids

dejection

noun de·jec·tion \di-ˈjek-shən\

Definition of DEJECTION for Kids

:  a feeling of sadness
Medical Dictionary

dejection

noun de·jec·tion \-ˈjek-shən\

Medical Definition of DEJECTION

1
:  lowness of spirits :  depression, melancholy
2
a :  the act or process of defecating b :  feces, excrement

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