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dejected (comparative more dejected, superlative most dejected)

  1. Sad and dispirited.
    • 1818, Benjamin Franklin, Memoirs, Philadelphia: T.S. Manning, Volume I, p. 73,[1]
      I pitied poor Miss Read’s unfortunate situation, who was generally dejected, seldom cheerful, and avoided company []

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dejected

  1. simple past tense and past participle of deject