Dispiritedly [adverb]

Definition of Dispiritedly:

without hope

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Sentence/Example of Dispiritedly:

He started off, and they followed him dispiritedly, for the heat was something to remember afterwards with a shudder.

"It was only your soothing influence," Patty answered dispiritedly.

The colonel felt in his pockets, then dropped his hands dispiritedly.

The Cap'n's hand dropped dispiritedly from his clutch at his pocket.

No more than a dozen men were in there talking earnestly but dispiritedly.

The stable-boy went somewhat dispiritedly back along the way he had come.

A dirt road ran between town and station, with hitching posts at which farmers' nags stood dispiritedly in harness.

About it stood utensils from which the men were rather dispiritedly helping themselves.

After a few mouthfuls, Kate crumpled the paper napkin, paid her bill, and walked dispiritedly back to the hotel.

She told him dispiritedly, leaving him time after each item of her discontent to put her in the wrong.