dishearted

Disheartened vs Dishearted - What's the difference?

disheartened | dishearted |


As verbs the difference between disheartened and dishearted

is that disheartened is (dishearten) while dishearted is (disheart).

As an adjective disheartened

is discouraged, despairing.

Disappointed vs Dishearted - What's the difference?

disappointed | dishearted |


As verbs the difference between disappointed and dishearted

is that disappointed is (disappoint) while dishearted is (disheart).

As an adjective disappointed

is defeated of expectation or hope; let down.

Saddened vs Dishearted - What's the difference?

saddened | dishearted |


As verbs the difference between saddened and dishearted

is that saddened is (sadden) while dishearted is (disheart).

Dishearted vs Discouraged - What's the difference?

dishearted | discouraged |


As verbs the difference between dishearted and discouraged

is that dishearted is (disheart) while discouraged is (discourage).

As an adjective discouraged is

having lost confidence or hope; dejected; disheartened.

Dishearted vs Downcast - What's the difference?

dishearted | downcast |


As verbs the difference between dishearted and downcast

is that dishearted is (disheart) while downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

As an adjective downcast is

(of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast is

(computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

Dishearten vs Dishearted - What's the difference?

dishearten | dishearted |


As verbs the difference between dishearten and dishearted

is that dishearten is to discourage someone by removing their enthusiasm or courage while dishearted is (disheart).

Dishearted vs Depressed - What's the difference?

dishearted | depressed |


As verbs the difference between dishearted and depressed

is that dishearted is (disheart) while depressed is (depress).

As an adjective depressed is

unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

Dishearted vs Crushed - What's the difference?

dishearted | crushed |


As verbs the difference between dishearted and crushed

is that dishearted is (disheart) while crushed is (crush).

As an adjective crushed is

pulverized, rendered into small, disconnected fragments.