Examples of dishearten in a Sentence
The conflict between their families disheartened them.
we were disheartened by the news that our grandmother was seriously ill
Recent Examples of dishearten from the Web
Simone had been disheartened by the American struggle for civil rights, as well as the deaths of Martin Luther King, Jr. and her friends Malcolm X and Langston Hughes.
But Democrats including Rep. Tim Ryan of the Niles area were disheartened.
TAKEAWAY Guerra's performance was certainly disheartening from the Brewers' point of view.
Habibedu Trawally helps run the mosque and gift shop and is disheartened that his place of worship may have been targeted because of religion.
In the case of the embassy, Mr. Trump may dishearten powerful supporters like Sheldon Adelson, the Las Vegas casino magnate and Republican donor who is close to Mr. Netanyahu and owns a newspaper in Israel.
News executives will likely be disheartened to learn that young people polled are much more suspicious of the media than their elders.
The draft statement is being sent to the Village Board for consideration on May 23, but Mayor Terry Weppler said he's disheartened by the ongoing heated debate over the issue.
International affairs:As tensions mount over Syria and North Korea, World War III again a U.S. fear In November, Hutto said she was disheartened by the hate speech.
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Definition of dishearten for English Language Learners
: to cause (a person or group of people) to lose hope, enthusiasm, or courage : to discourage (someone)
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