cried Amy, dropping the reins and holding out both hands, to the great scandalization of a French mamma, who hastened her daughter's steps, lest she should be demoralized
by beholding the free manners of these `mad English'.
But with all their best efforts, the packers were demoralized
It was pitiful to see a creature so terrified, so unnerved, so demoralized
Now in good time they came; and the Sheriff's demoralized
force turned tail and ran, while Robin and Little John stood under the harmless gallows, and sped swift arrows after them, and laughed to see them go.
It would result that if I were dead, whatever might happen, my army would not be demoralized
all at once; it results, that if I choose to absent myself, for instance, as it does please me to do sometimes, there would not be in the camp the shadow of uneasiness or disorder.
Just to show you how demoralized
the brute must have been (Arabs often go dotty after a defeat), he'd snapped up four or five utterly useless Sheshaheli, and was offering 'em to all and sundry along the road.
He slapped old friends on the back and asked them if the stumps were coming away easily; he talked nonsense concerning labor and the inalienable rights of elephants to a long "nooning"; and, wandering to and fro, he thoroughly demoralized
the garden till sundown, when he returned to his picket for food.
I confess that I was so indifferent to everything, so profoundly demoralized
, that having once got into that drawing-room I hadn't the strength to get away; though I could see perfectly well my volatile hostess going from one to another of her acquaintances in order to tell them with a little gesture, "Look
What with the physical shocks incidental to my first interview with Professor Challenger and the mental ones which accompanied the second, I was a somewhat demoralized
journalist by the time I found myself in Enmore Park once more.
I returned to Tuskegee, and, with the help of the fifteen dollars, rallied our rather demoralized
and discouraged forces and began a fourth attempt to make bricks.
ONCE OUT OF THE DIRECT PATH OF THE ANIMAL, fear of it left me, but another emotion as quickly gripped me--hope of escape that the demoralized
condition of the guards made possible for the instant.
The other guardsmen seemed utterly demoralized
at the loss of their leader.