What does dejected mean?
Definitions for dejected
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affected or marked by low spirits
"is dejected but trying to look cheerful"
Sad and dispirited.
cast down; afflicted; low-spirited; sad; as, a dejected look or countenance
Rejected vs. Dejected -- In this Grammar.com article you will learn the differences between the words Rejected and Dejected.
The numerical value of dejected in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of dejected in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of dejected in a Sentence
The last dejected effort often becomes the winning stroke.
They look at you and carry on eating grass, and you think, 'aw, you know, what have I done wrong?' You almost feel dejected that you aren't needed anymore.
It's shocking how common my story is, i called the Board of Elections, even after I had bought my ticket, just to see if they would be able to send it to me on time. The woman I spoke to sounded so tired, and so dejected. They're all just so overwhelmed.
They ruined our holidays because of that game in June and we were frustrated and dejected. We want to make amends for that loss.
I am sad and dejected, and I am frustrated as I can't do anything for my parents in jail.
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- قانط, بائس, أسوان, حزينArabic
- deprimiert, entmutigt, mutlos, niedergeschlagenGerman
- desanimado, abatido, desalentadoSpanish
- abattu, découragé, dépriméFrench
- abbattuto, scoraggiatoItalian
- 落胆した, 失意の, 忌まわしい, 消然Japanese
- удручённый, унылый, подавленный, мрачныйRussian
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