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despondently如何读

英[dɪˈspɒndəntli]美[dɪˈspɑːndəntli]

despondently是什么意思

  • adv. 意志消沉地;沮丧地

despondently词根

词根:despond

adj.

despondent 沮丧的;失望的

n.

despondency 泄气;意气消沉

despond 失去勇气;失望

despondence 沮丧;悲观;失望(等于despondency)

vi.

despond 失去勇气;沮丧

despondently英英释义

  • adv.with desperation

despondently儿童词典英英释义

dessertnoun

a course of usually sweet food, fruit, or cheese usually served at the end of a meal

dessertnoun

a course of usually sweet food, fruit, or cheese usually served at the end of a meal

despotismnoun

rule by a despot : tyranny

a state or a system of government in which the ruler has unlimited power

despotnoun

a ruler with absolute power and authority

a person who uses power in a cruel, unjust, or harmful way

despondverb

to become discouraged

despondentadjective

feeling quite discouraged or depressed : being in very low spirits

despondently同义词

  • adv. 意志消沉地;沮丧地
  • gloomily, dejectedly

despondently词源英文解释

Latin despondent-, despondens, present participle of despondēre

The first known use of despondent was circa 1699

despondently 例句

1.He returned somewhat despondently to his river again-his faithful, steady-going old river, which never packed up, flitted, or went into winter quarters.

他又沮丧地回到河边——这是他忠实的,永不变心的伙伴,它从不打点行装,从不迁徙,也从不到别处过冬。

2.Portraying Lélio was the acclaimed French actor Gérard Depardieu, who paced the stage in front of the scrim, bellowing lines in fits, then slinking despondently into an easy chair.

3.That will mean future generations are already dead,” she said despondently.

4.The result can be seen in new groups of refugees trudging despondently into the border town of Arsal.

5.Sprouting despondently at area gates.

在地面上的大门口沮丧地发芽。

6.“But I’m happy to pay more if the area is vibrant and fun,” he adds, slightly despondently.

7."We don't have a guard," Self said despondently.

8.“We had an agreement,” insisted Balaouras, looking despondently down at his desert boots.

9.But, cheerfully and despondently, comically and tragically, reverently and heretically, he breaks—because he must be free to break—Fackenheim’s fearful commandment.

10.Photos posted on Facebook show her sitting beside the groom, wearing a lavish dress and staring despondently at the floor.

11.Some of the young men could not resist the social charms of the place, and their chief writes a little despondently of the responsibility upon him of managing so large a party. 

12.But for parents whose middle schoolers are miserable, who maybe aren’t doing any of that but are just staring despondently at their screens, they shouldn’t become something they use to bludgeon themselves.

13.Back in Kyrenia, we gazed despondently at the imposing buildings erected by the latest arrivals.

14.a group of despondent fans

15.And so despondently Merry now stood and watched the mustering of the army.

16.Nora, writing in 2010, concluded despondently that France had become the land of “shrinking horizons, the atomisation of the life of the mind, and national provincialism”.

17.Outside, one family with seven children danced in the street and sang praises to God while employees and clinic escorts on shift helped despondent patients to their cars.

18.But, she added, despondently, "instead of looking after that, they are always after women".

19.But then she despondently walked to the bench after her second yellow card, and crouched down to stare at the turf in frustration.

20.Mrs Paul sat despondently on an office chair.

保罗太太沮丧地坐在办公椅子上。

despondently 同义词相关

despairing

desperate

forlorn

hopeless

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