He died a broken-hearted man, prophesying the inevitable ruin of a nation which he himself had done so much to demoralize.
If you don't get those taken care of first, the pain that those problems cause could demoralize you and cause you to fall out of the sport of jogging forever.
demoralize the enemy by tossing one of the remaining sacks over the wall.
demoralize the Iraqi troops?
demoralize IX: It would be demoralizing not to believe there is a moral order to the universe.
In the rest of the country they had not been allowed to reside in the villages, because their habits of keeping vodka-shops and lending money at usurious interest were found to demoralize the peasantry, and even in the towns their numbers and occupations had been restricted by the authorities.
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