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dis·pir·it / diˈspirit/ • v. [tr.] (often be dispirited) cause (someone) to lose enthusiasm or hope: the army was dispirited by the uncomfortable winter conditions | [as adj.] (dispiriting) it was a dispiriting occasion. DERIVATIVES: dis·pir·it·ed·ly adv. dis·pir·it·ed·ness n. dis·pir·it·ing·ly adv.

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dispirit •caret • Sanskrit • Prakrit •ferret, inherit, merit •egret • secret •dispirit, skirret, spirit •floret • pomfret • bowsprit •barbiturate •turret, worrit •culprit • floweret • Margaret •cellaret (US cellarette) •banneret, lanneret •hypocrite • preterite (US preterit) •Everett, leveret •favourite (US favorite) •interpret, misinterpret •basset, facet, tacet, tacit •Narragansett, transit •lancet •cresset, Knesset •exit • resit •complicit, elicit, explicit, illicit, implicit, licit, solicit •Tilsit • plebiscite • babysit • deficit •cosset, posset •Quonset • whatsit •corset, Dorset, faucet •gusset, russet •dulcet •tercet, verset •ashet • planchet • bullshit • Bastet •tomtit • bluetit

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