Definition of dispiritedness in English:



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  • ‘One of the chief advantages of flow is that it enables people to escape the state of ‘psychic entropy,’ the distraction, depression, and dispiritedness that constantly threaten them.’
  • ‘Standing in the middle of the Main Street, looking at the crowd in front of him, his light-heartedness was quickly overwhelmed by dispiritedness.’
  • ‘There is no effort to hide the blandness and utter dispiritedness of that future.’
  • ‘Most importantly, we have tools to fight the pitiful dispiritedness that has taken over newsrooms nationally.’
  • ‘Even though the dispiritedness of some of our colleagues disempowered the organizations, they continued to renew themselves in quality and in quantity went from 20 groups to 40 groups.’