feeling of dejection

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Today, as I have said, she returned from their house with a heavy feeling of dejection.
THERE can be no greater feeling of dejection for a professional rugby player than the moment you're told that your British and Irish Lions tour has been ended by injury.
They shared the feeling of dejection, although you couldn't really see it in their eyes.
His feeling of dejection and loneliness was apparent in his narrative featuring a lack of enjoyment and emotional support.
Moult, who is Wrexham's leading scorer this season, remembers the utter feeling of dejection after the defeat, and is drawing on that as the sides go head to head on Saturday at the Racecourse.
The feeling of euphoria when you win against Australia is hard to describe, likewise the feeling of dejection when you lose.
Leigh Halfpenny sums up a nation's feeling of dejection after Wales' opening Six Nations defeat at home to Ireland PICTURE: HUW EVANS AGENCY
There is an overall feeling of dejection and anger among investors due to the economic scenario in the country and it is not possible for India to take shelter under global economic problems.
But what has created the feeling of dejection in the minority community was the failure of the administration in preventing and then controlling the rioting for several hours.
What we experienced was a feeling of dejection as we wandered round rooms of tired looking mannequins made up like plague victims.
I don't think there is a feeling of dejection but we know it'll be difficult.