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
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.
Initially, stock markets were disheartened by the number but then bucked up at the thought that the data would encourage the U.S. central bank to continue cutting interest rates.
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DISHEARTEN Defined for English Language Learners
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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