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despondent

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despondent如何读

英[dɪˈspɒndənt]美[dɪˈspɑːndənt]

despondent自然拼读

de·spond·ent

dih span dnt

despondent是什么意思

  • adj. 沮丧的;失望的

despondent扩展

despondently (adv.)

despondent词根

词根:despond

adv.

despondently 意志消沉地;沮丧地

n.

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

despondent英英释义

adjective

low in spirits; unhappy, depressed, or dejected.The soldier remained despondent even after months of psychological treatment.

despondent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

despondentadjective

feeling quite discouraged or depressed : being in very low spirits

despondent同义词

  • adj. 沮丧的;失望的
  • disappointed, blue, depressed

despondent词源英文解释

Latin despondent-, despondens, present participle of despondēre

The first known use of despondent was circa 1699

despondent 例句

1.By my teenage years I’d grown despondent, I was ready to leave the small town I grew up in earlier than I could.

2.Even so, there were still several shots of him looking lost and despondent.

3.You are despondent are, on constellation.

你的抑郁是,地上的星座。

4.“Guess she got smart and blew me off,” he sighed, looking despondent.

5.Geniusas excelled at both, capturing the work’s frenetic energy, razor wit and despondent gloom.

6.There are dozens of chemicals that can render you friendless, jobless and despondent—if not outright kill you—all by themselves.

7.Five minutes was just about long enough for this sheet of paper to resign itself to its ruined state, with only the occasional despondent pop audible toward the end.

8.He was devoted to his wife Shamsi, who was both loving and strong, and her death in 2010 left him totally despondent and isolated, unwilling to accept any more conducting engagements, despite innumerable pleas.

9.Several weeks later, he wrote another letter, this one short and despondent: “I look like walking death. But I’m hard-headed and shall not give up. . . . Where this will end I can’t say.”

10.Messiaen described “The Sin,” the second movement, as fierce and despondent.

11.I’m despondent and foolish, I’m sentimental, I know that too.

12.It is a near-classic of smooth soulfulness with a despondent late-night ambience, and a hint of the drama that results from the threat of an affair.

13.Hill recorded it during a particularly low period, when he was living with his sister and feeling despondent about his prospects.

14.His hopes sank lower and lower, and he felt utterly despondent, bitterly regretting his offer to take the animals in the first place.

15.“It was rapid fire, an endless parade of insults, and you know, looking at me like I was a fool,” he said, seeming despondent.

16.The despondent vulnerability in these images is heart-rending, and it provides a fraught counterweight to the hopefulness of a coda sung by Stevie Wonder: “We are/Rewriting the black American story.”

17.I was at his mercy for a few minutes, but at very little personal risk, and yet still the incident left me shaken and despondent.

18.Joseba takes care of the despondent Elena whom locals refer to as "the crazy woman" because of her despair at losing her son.

19.The chaplain was despondent with an acceptance of his own ineptitude.

20.Don't be so despondent.

不要这样泄气。

despondent 同义词相关

despairing

desperate

forlorn

hopeless

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