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Despair

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  1. Aug 22,  · Despair, or depression, is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person's thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being.
  2. May 14,  · In DESPAIR, Hermann commits a shocking crime and then compares his story of that crime, which is the novel DESPAIR, to CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. But since the author is Nabokov, not Dostoyevsky, the tone of DESPAIR features wry and literate hubris, not tortured guilt. CRIME AND PUN Hermann writes at one point in his manuscript/5(46).
  3. Jun 30,  · Despair is a spell that curses all targets in an area, making them take increased chaos damage, damage over time, and chaos damage on hit.
  4. the feeling that there is no hope and that you can do nothing to improve a difficult or worrying situation: a mood / sense of despair They're in (the depths of) despair over/about the money .
  5. Despair is the feeling of not having any hope left. If you completely forgot to study for your final exam in math, you might feel despair when your teacher passes out the test. Despair can also refer to someone or something that causes you to worry or be sad. Unfortunately, some children are the despair of their parents.
  6. Apr 01,  · Directed by Hank Orion. With Jodyanne Richardson, Jagoda Kamov, Olivia Easton, Michael Wouters. After Jack and Lucy rescue a woman from freezing cold in the middle of Scottish mountains, they come to realize that the woman is not who she says she is and that she has not the best intentions/10().
  7. Examples of despair in a Sentence Noun On the occasion of Johnson's tercentenary, Martin (A Life of James Boswell) searches out the psychological elements covered up by Boswell and others: the immense insecurities, bouts of deep depression, corrosive self-doubt and, in his last days, despair .
  8. Jun 10,  · Despair differs from resignation. While a person in both cases lacks hope, the one who merely resigns him or herself regards the current level of pain as bearable.
  9. noun 1. despondency, depression, misery, gloom, desperation, anguish, melancholy, hopelessness, dejection, wretchedness, disheartenment She shook her head in despair .

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