demoralizer

  • 1demoralizer — noun see demoralize …

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  • 2demoralizer — See demoralization. * * * …

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  • 3demoralizer — noun Agent noun of demoralize; one who demoralizes …

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  • 4demoralizer — n. person or thing that corrupts; person or thing that causes despair or lowers morale …

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  • 5demoralizer — …

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  • 6The Red Chord — Origin Revere, Massachusetts, United States Genres Deathgrind, deathcore Years active 1999–present Labels Metal Blade …

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  • 7demoralize — transitive verb Date: circa 1793 1. to corrupt the morals of 2. a. to weaken the morale of ; discourage, dispirit b. to upset or destroy the normal functioning of c. to throw into disorder • demoralization noun …

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  • 8Cornhole — For other uses, see Cornhole (disambiguation). Typical cornhole board Cornhole, also known as bean bag toss, baggo or bags, is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing bean bags at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. These… …

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  • 9Columbiad — Ten inch Confederate Columbiad at Fort Donelson National Battlefield The Columbiad was a large caliber, smoothbore, muzzle loading cannon able to fire heavy projectiles at both high and low trajectories.[1] This feature enab …

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  • 10demoralize — demoralization, n. demoralizer, n. demoralizingly, adv. /di mawr euh luyz , mor /, v.t., demoralized, demoralizing. 1. to deprive (a person or persons) of spirit, courage, discipline, etc.; destroy the morale of: The continuous barrage… …

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  • 11demoralize — ☆ demoralize [dē môr′ə līz΄, dimôr′ə līz ] vt. demoralized, demoralizing [coined (1793) by WEBSTER3 Noah < DE + MORAL + IZE] 1. Now Rare to corrupt the morals of; deprave 2. to lower the morale of; weaken the spirit, courage …

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