He sings angrily and directly to Anna about his feelings, his despondency, his pain—“Why do I have to pay attorney fees?!”
We recollect sharing in the despondency, and even despair, which paralysed our party.
Lucretia's defeat in the Handicap had increased his despondency.
"I have heard nothing," exclaimed he, with a sigh of despondency.
He thinks it is too late to change for any useful purpose, and he sinks into despondency.
How long I had passed in this state of despondency I knew not; but it was long past noon when I rallied myself.
Maurice awoke to a sensation of despondency and physical discomfort.
You were in my mind last night, and you brought a little boat to sail me past despondency of life and the fear of extinction.
But Socrates has no sooner found the new solution than he sinks into a fit of despondency.
I have now told you all, Makar Alexievitch, and feel sure that you will understand my despondency.