Examples of dispirit in a Sentence
dispirited by the overwhelming amount of information needed to write the report
Recent Examples of dispirit from the Web
This finding should dispirit every user who turns to social media to find or distribute accurate information.
This happened at a time when workers were dispirited over their recent workload in a stormy winter.
Saturday marked 30 days since the winter solstice, the often-dispiriting day when the sun reaches its lowest point in our sky.
So much was riding on this outcome. That Butler blew an 11-point lead made this defeat dispiriting.
That story is a dispiriting one, abounding in promises from on high, short on concrete results.
The individual mandate repeal is bad; the implications of this legislation for inequality, concerning; and the contempt for democracy that pervaded the whole process, dispiriting.
The 2008 winding coach search in which Mike D’Antoni misled the Bulls, Reinsdorf nixed Paxson’s plan to hire Doug Collins and ultimately landed on Vinny Del Negro was dispiriting to Paxson.
His legacy is one of huge, dispiriting tower blocks—the main focus of the book Maspero and Ms Frantz produced in 1989.
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Origin and Etymology of dispirit
First Known Use: 1647See Words from the same year
throw cold water on;
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