Congressional approval of the government's so-called "financial rescue plan" did little to lift the financial markets from their growing dejection
over the obstacles still facing the economy.
And it was almost a day of utter dejection
for Serbia as Ana Ivanovic, the top seed in the women's singles, also came within one point of defeat before fighting back to beat Nathalie Dechy.
Emotionally too it creates unbearable pain and dejection
She describes growing up in a household where the human body, in various disguises of dejection
and exaltation, was a primary theme in devotional and medical imagery.
Angst writhes through her tone, along with dejection
, rejection, frustration and humiliation.
Odom was the picture of dejection
after the Lakers' 114-108 loss to the Utah Jazz, a game in which coach Phil Jackson told his players afterward they had nothing to be ashamed about, even if one of them didn't agree.
Such solicitude toward the troops hints at an odd conception of the military man--as if he's a frail creature, quick to dejection
The constituent parts, despite or perhaps because of their tacky glamour, evince the kind of dejection
that comes with abandonment--the work transcends its parts and conveys the mannered grief of a Victorian memento mori.
His ancient journey and struggle against violent invaders and lawlessness leads him through chaos in search of the cause of his dejection
and a quest for meaning and dedication.
Helen states that the mood of the audience is 'most aptly reflected in Paul Wills' flat black set' however I certainly did not find this the case and did not notice any dejection
in my fellow audience members.
on Lennie Lawrence's face after we beat them didn't look as if Cardiff had no interest in the competition.
He deprived His most sacred humanity of the strength bestowed on it by His Divine Person, submitting it to indefinable sadness, extreme weakness, to dejection
and abandonment, to mortal anguish.