deflated

deflated
adjective
brought low in spirit (Freq. 1)
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left us fatigued and deflated spiritually

Syn: ↑chapfallen, ↑chopfallen, ↑crestfallen
Similar to: ↑dejected

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deflated UK [diːˈfleɪtɪd] US [dɪˈfleɪtəd] adjective
feeling less confident and happy

After losing the game, Kelly felt pretty deflated.

Thesaurus: feeling sad or unhappysynonym

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