dispiritment

dispiritment

(dɪˈspɪrɪtmənt)
n
the state of being dispirited
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So is the possibility you gave her a ten not out of generosity but to ease the dispiritment.
Nobody can fully express the deep primal joy of experiencing the first butterfly-like movements of the baby as it pirouettes around the womb or the profound dispiritment of maternity lingerie.