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Despondent
noun

despairing, exteremely dejected

She was Despondent after she lost the job which she held for 25 years
Despondent
the worst possible emotion you can feel

despairing, exteremely dejected

She was Despondent after she lost the job which she held for 25 years
Morose
gloomy, glum, sullen

After the team lost the game the atmosphere in the locker room was morose.
Downcast
depressed, dispirited, dejected

He was downcast when he discovered he had failed the exam.
Austere
morally strict, simple

The Austere dorm room lacked all the luxuries of home.
Privation
hardship or lack, the absence of quality

The privation of the orphanage resulted in a morose atmosphere.
Tribulation
distress, suffering, trouble, misery

The tribulations he suffered caused him to become despondent.
Misgiving
A feeling of doubt, fear, or suspicion

Jem and Scout had misgivings about Boo Radley.
Rue
to feel remorse, repentence, or regret

His father told him he would rue the way he would drop out of school.
Recoil
to fall or draw back, to shrink back

The girl recoiled at the sight of the open coffin.
Languid
weak, sluggish, dull, lacking spirit or vigor

She was Languid during her recovery from her operation.
Mischance
misfortune, bad luck, an unfortunate accident

The despondency was the result of a life full of mischance.
Melee
a confused struggle or fight, confused mingling together

a melee erupted when the doors to the concert hall were locked.
Disconcert
confuse, to distrurb, frusturate, upset, embaress

a fire drill in the middle of a test can disconcert both students and teachers.
Melee
a confused struggle or fight, confused mingling together

a melee erupted when the doors to the concert hall were locked.
Disconcert
confuse, to distrurb, frusturate, upset, embaress

a fire drill in the middle of a test can disconcert both students and teachers.

only is between people
Abash
to embaress, make ashamed, disconcert

He was abashed when he was caought cheating on the test
Derange
to dissarange, upset, or throw into confusion

Our monthly plan once again became deranged as a result of the many assembelies
Harass
to trouble, wory, annoy, torment, attack repeatedlly

The stress of a difficult job may cause the person to feel harassed.