Despondent [adjective]

Definition of Despondent:


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Sentence/Example of Despondent:

It was spot on, and it underscored why my mom, who came to America in 1968, has been truly despondent about our nation for the first time in more than half a century.

Her tone was despondent, her face was drawn and blanched, and her eyes gave evidence of weeping.

So inert, despondent, and lethargic a moment before, he now seemed full to overflowing of life and animation.

"Oh, Mr. Meadows, that is too far for the naked eye to see," was the despondent reply.

He would have been despondent, but his soldier's training had taught him that no situation is hopeless as long as life lasts.

The poor boy grew morose and despondent, giving way at times to spells of the deepest depression.

But it was all terribly discouraging and made me most despondent.

The Colonel, from his seat in front of the store, like Enoch Arden patiently watching for a sail, grew more despondent each day.

Listless and despondent, feeling that he hated everything in life, Hamilton walked slowly down the street.

Every one sate despondent, or stood in listless attitude, ignorant of what was next to be done.