If you cut Mourdock loose, Governor, values voters are going to be demoralized.
A crisis in leadership had the Taliban demoralized and divided.
They know this is a rotten deal and they are demoralized, running faster and faster with no hope of catching up.
They were frightened, demoralized, and economically helpless.
But their supply lines were too long, and their army too small, exhausted, and demoralized to achieve its objectives.
As soon as he arrived Primus laid siege to the heart of William John, captured it in six hours, and demoralized it in twenty-four.
The Germans were demoralized and now was the time to strike.
Aware that they had been trapped, the demoralized Mohawks scrambled from the tangle and fled into the night.
Two of the demoralized fellows plunged into the passage that led to the cellar.
If this be true, which I do not believe, I can only say—shame upon the rulers, who have so demoralized their subjects!