Tuesday, April 29, 2008



to demoralize (third-person singular simple present demoralizes, present participle demoralizing, simple past and past participle demoralized)

  1. (US) To destroy morale; to dishearten.

de·mor·al·ize (d-môr-lz, -mr-)

tr.v. de·mor·al·ized, de·mor·al·iz·ing, de·mor·al·iz·es

1. To undermine the confidence or morale of; dishearten

2. To put into disorder; confuse.

3. To debase the morals of; corrupt.

To you who made me realize that “demoralize” is not just a word:

I am a person who can think, feel and act. And i refuse to just accept your way of dealing with us little people...



‘nuff said…