despondency - Meaning in Hindi
Meaning of despondency in Hindi
- a state of low spirits caused by loss of hope or courage.
- He hinted at his own deep despondency ( उन्होंने अपनी गहरी निराशा का संकेत दिया )
- When my husband died, I lived in a state of despondency for over a year. ( जब मेरे पति की मृत्यु हुई, तो मैं एक वर्ष से अधिक समय तक निराशा की स्थिति में रही। )
- Exercise is a great way to fight despondency because working out tends to brighten a person's spirits. ( व्यायाम निराशा से लड़ने का एक शानदार तरीका है क्योंकि कसरत करने से व्यक्ति की आत्मा में चमक आती है। )
- Although his despondency made him wish for death, he hesitated to take his life. ( हालाँकि उसकी निराशा ने उसे मृत्यु की इच्छा दी, लेकिन वह अपनी जान लेने से हिचकिचा रहा था। )
- Hope for men was his natural air; despondency the element of his own self-created folly.
- There is, too, an air of despondency and alarm about this figure to-day new to it.
- Impotent wrath, overwhelming despondency took hold of our souls, at once humiliated and revolted.
- In the moment of recognition all the despondency had vanished so utterly that it had not left even a memory.
- But in his eyes there was a look of unrest and despondency that scarcely fitted a messenger of glad tidings.
- In his weakness and despondency it seemed inwrought with every fibre of his being, and an essential part of himself.
- But admiration of him sank into despondency at his assumption, and his sarcastic assaults on things most holy.
- The sight of such an irremediable calamity as this renewed for a time the despondency which he had felt at the first sinking of the boat.
- Depression is only a byproduct of other events that cause despondency.
- I try to live within that line between despondency and hope.
- Not everyone can feel refreshed from their despondency by going to church.
- It all plunged the president into a despondency that was almost paralyzing.
- Of love, springing from pain and despondency, agony and death?
- Afflicted with alcoholism and suffering from despondency, Ivanov sank ever lower.
- It is not a momentary despondency but rather a state of being.
- There was such a cold, leaden despondency burdening his heart that he felt that he must have relief of some kind.
- After a week of silent despondency the father roused himself to some extent from the lethargy into which he had fallen, and returned to his trail.
- There is a hopeless despondency abroad in all the air, in which the summer medleys of the birds taunt us with their memories.
- When he heard the sad news he sank into a fit of profound despondency and grief, from which he did not soon recover.
- Although Gil was sentenced to life in prison, he refused to fall into despondency and focused on filing his appeal.
- John collapsed in despondency when he learned of his wife’s death.