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How do you use dejection in a sentence?


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2011-05-02 19:33:31
2011-05-02 19:33:31

I sat in silent dejection until my opponent's victory speech was finished.

When he was turned down by Harvard, he spent a week in morose dejection.


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I sat in silent dejection until the time had passed.

The loss of his job placed him in a mood of dejection.

"Sarah felt dejection after her crush told her that he didn't want to go to the dance with her."

The dejection she felt was the result of being passed over for a job she coveted. The coach shared his team's dejection over losing the championship.

Words that rhyme with dejection: * injection * infection * detection* rejection*selection

She hated seeing her dad so dejected. Taylor was in dejection for being grounded. Once Candy broke up with her, Lance was in deject.

Anguish, dejection, melancholy, sorrow, despondency

it is a feeling of regret or dejection upon the frustrations of one's expectations

Dejection is the corresponding noun to the adverb dejectedly.

regret, discontent, dissatisfaction, disillusionment, chagrin, disenchancement, dejection

regret, discontent, dissatisfaction, disillusionment, chagrin, disenchancement, dejection

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