dejected

having lost their hope or enthusiasm, especially because of having failed at something รู้สึกหมดหวัง

Republican nominee Romney appeared before dejected supporters in Boston, moments after phoning the US leader to formally concede and to congratulate his team.

Feeling dejected and that she had nothing to lose, she became a prostitute in the hope of using the money to support her parents so they would look at her favourably.

I must have looked pretty dejected because this administrator then told me that, for a small fee, I could still get my daughter into the school.

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