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Spell check of disheartened

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Correct spelling:
disappointed (adjective)
disillusioned, discouraged, dashed, thwarted, disappointed, disconcerted.
de-motivated (verb)
paralyzed, dissuaded, deterred, frustrated, daunted, impeded, de-motivated, dampened, stifled, curbed, throttled, discouraged, hindered, hampered, disinclined, depressed.
dejected (adjective)
plaintive, dispirited, woeful, anguished, lachrymose, dolorous, moody, pensive, glum, despairing, depressed, overcome, wistful, mournful, heartbroken, sad, melancholy, discouraged, dreary, joyless, dejected, sullen, contemplative, disconsolate, morose, gloomy, blue, downhearted, miserable, grim, anxious, despondent.
dissuaded (verb)
intimidated, prevented, daunted, banned, disinclined, discouraged, inhibited, barred, dampened, derailed, checked, deflected, diverted, admonished, chilled, averted, restrained, dissuaded, deterred, depressed.
disappointed (verb)
disillusioned, discouraged, dashed, thwarted, disappointed, disconcerted.
hopeless (adjective)
depressed, bleak, pessimistic, despairing, discouraged, anguished, cheerless, glum, dispirited, melancholy, forlorn, morose, gloomy, spiritless, dejected, desperate, miserable, downhearted, despondent, hopeless, dismal.
dejected (verb)
dismayed, deterred, daunted, dampened, dissuaded, dejected, disinclined.
Other synonyms:
unenthusiastic, restless, fed up, demoralized, indifferent, listless, pessimistic, apathetic, discouraged, blase, demoralised, uninspired, bored, world-weary.
Examples of usage:
  1. Every possible kind of disorder was to be found among a people possessing so great an empire as the Athenians; and he alone was able to bring them into harmony, by playing alternately upon their hopes and fears, checking them when over- confident, and raising their spirits when they were cast down and disheartened. - "Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4)", Plutarch.
  2. If his King dwelt with emphasis upon the dangers of the enterprise, it was not his business to remark upon it or to be thereby disheartened. - "Clementina", A.E.W. Mason.
  3. Joe was too disheartened for any emotion except a bitter depression and a much more bitter hatred of those who were ready to commit any crime- and had committed most- in the attempt to destroy the Platform. - "Space Platform", Murray Leinster.
Common misspellings:
  1. disheartend (67%)
  2. disheartned (13%)
  3. dishartened (13%)
  4. dishearted (7%)

Misspellings percentages are collected from over 14,913,252 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jul 2012.

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