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dis·heart·en / disˈhärtn/ • v. [tr.] (often be disheartened) cause (someone) to lose determination or confidence: the farmer was disheartened by the damage to his crops. DERIVATIVES: dis·heart·en·ing·ly adv. dis·heart·en·ment n.

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