Definition of Dejecting

1. Verb. (rare) (present participle of deject) ¹



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Definition of Dejecting

1. deject [v] - See also: deject

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dejecting

deixes
deixis
deixises
deja voulu
deja vu
deja vu phenomenon
deja vus
deject
dejected
dejectedly
dejectedness
dejectednesses
dejecter
dejecters
dejecting (current term)
dejections
dejectly
dejectory
dejects
dejectures
dejeration
dejerations
dejeune
dejeuner
dejeuners
dejeunes
dejitterizer

Literary usage of Dejecting

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"It is a dreadful momentary concept, more dejecting than the fear which attends the coming on of ... This seems to the present writer a ' dejecting concept. ..."

2. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1875)
"It is dejecting to be obliged to hear the sigh, in conclusion, that " the practical value of this noble study is perhaps only fully known to the more ..."

3. Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, Terms & Nursery Rhymes by John Bellenden Ker (1840)
"What more fretting, dejecting, or vexatious ? In the phrase, the part, limb, ... Our substantive mortification, both as dejecting disappointment and ..."

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