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Definition of demoralize:

  1. To corrupt or undermine in morals; to destroy or lessen the effect of moral principles on; to render corrupt or untrustworthy in morals, in discipline, in courage, spirit, etc.; to weaken in spirit or efficiency.

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misaddress, impair, demoralise, discourage, dismay, subvert, frighten, stain, begin, misdirect, appal, dilute, deject, take down, horrify, get off, appall, canker, set out, cloud, misguide, misuse, lower, grease one's palms, set down, void, clean, convolute, bastardize, bestialize, get down, violate, overthrow, overturn, dismount, swallow, counteract, undermine, spoil, set about, bribe, animalize, help, vitiate, press down, countermine, lead astray, defile, brutalize, dispirit, deprave, cast down, mislead, depress, unnerve, debauch, get, deflower, twist around, light, write down, pervert, debase, abuse, sully, outrage, stretch, sabotage, weaken, mar, unhorse, corrupt, daunt, start out, destroy the morale of, alarm, taint, load, start, sophisticate, commence, profane, let down, invalidate, buy, bring down, alloy, put down.

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