dispiritedly


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dis·pir·it·ed

 (dĭ-spĭr′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
Affected or marked by low spirits; dejected. See Synonyms at depressed.

dis·pir′it·ed·ly adv.
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Adv.1.dispiritedly - in a dispirited manner without hope; "the first Mozartian opera to be subjected to this curious treatment ran dispiritedly for five performances"
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dispiritedly

[dɪsˈpɪrɪtɪdlɪ] ADVcon desánimo, con desaliento

dispiritedly

[dɪsˈpɪrɪtɪdlɪ] advcon aria abbattuta, con aria scoraggiata; (speak) → con tono avvilito
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It shivered in the chill morning wind, and grinned dispiritedly when the man spoke to it in a voice that achieved no more than a hoarse whisper.
The old lady halted a little and shook her head dispiritedly.
As I'm the youngest, the big vehicles give them more money than me," she says dispiritedly.
that pleases nobody and either protects readers from a book they never would have noticed in the first place or dispiritedly leads them toward a book they won't go get and from whose absence they won't suffer.
Joseph Anderson, a friend of Schroder's who was returning to Afghanistan--somewhat dispiritedly, believing that Americans had lost interest in what was happening there.
On the other hand, Daniel Harris describes his act of reading the Romantics: "After I polished off Coleridge, who was no sooner read than forgotten, I would just as dispiritedly plow through the complete Shelley and again read every fragment, hymn, stray stanza, epitaph, dirge, epithalamium, song, and poetic drama, never stopping for a second to consider whether [.
Immobilized by her lack of creativity, the winged goddess sits dispiritedly surrounded by the tools and instruments she has lost the inspiration to use," according to the Cleveland Museum website.
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67) According to Gole, veiled Islamic women are not the relics of a tradition that subject women to servitude, but free and independent individuals who are experimenting with modernity instead of dispiritedly emulating the Western paradigm.
The regular surveys show little change in relative performance over the past three years, although somewhat dispiritedly, utilities are actually getting better while local public services are getting slightly worse.
When asked whether today's children continued this tradition, a sadness washes across his face, "Today, this doesn't happen anymore," he says dispiritedly, "many of the new Chinese lanterns play the songs themselves.
On 10 April 1538, in the middle of Lent, Caro wrote to Bernardino Maffei: "Here in Rome," he reported dispiritedly, "nothing of any note has happened.