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Correct spelling: dispirited

Synonyms:
glum, disheartened, low-spirited, melancholy, desperate, lachrymose, forlorn, disconsolate, hopeless, melancholic, pessimistic, dolorous, contemplative, dreary, discouraged, bored, unhappy, bleak, wistful, sad, despondent, dismal, anguished, pensive, despairing, unenthusiastic, fed up, world-weary, spiritless, restless, gloomy, overcome, grim, downhearted, blase, joyless, desolate, sullen, heartbroken, happy, anxious, dysphoric, dull, tristful, heavy-hearted, indifferent, downcast, plaintive, down in the mouth, apathetic, moody, woeful, morose, down, uninspired, depressed, dejected, mournful, cheerless, low, blue, listless, miserable.

Antonyms:
elated, spirited.

Examples of usage:

1) Notwithstanding all the general had said, Sir Ralph felt so greatly dispirited, that, writing to Lady Castleton, he gave her no hopes of Harry's having escaped. - "Won from the Waves", W.H.G. Kingston.

2) This might, or might not, have been true; but Luis had no other resource than to return with his friend homeward, dispirited, and full of regret at the accident, wishing that he rather had been the victim; for, should Goncalo die, he would be looked upon as his murderer, and another barrier, far more insuperable than the former, would be placed against any prospect of his union with Clara. - "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.

3) Ah- we- lah, a thin, half- starved figure in worn furs, lay over his sled, limp, dispirited, broken. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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