Dispirit

• (v. t.) To deprive of cheerful spirits; to depress the spirits of; to dishearten; to discourage. • (v. t.) To distill or infuse the spirit of.
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dispirit

1. To deprive of cheerful spirits; to depress the spirits of; to dishearten; to discourage. 'Not dispirited with my afflictions.' (Dryden) 'He has dispirited himself by a debauch.' (Collier) ... 2. To distill or infuse the spirit of. 'This makes a man master of his learning, and dispirits the book into the scholar.' (Fuller) ... Synonym: To dishear...
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Dispirit

Dis·pir'it transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dispirited ; present participle & verbal noun Dispiriting .] [ Prefix dis- + spirit .] 1. To deprive of cheerful spirits; to depress the spirits of; to dishe...
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dispirit

dispirit Word units related to breath and breathe: hal-; pneo-; pneumato-; pneumo-; psych-.
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