discouragement in a sentence

He exhaled a deep breath in discouragement.

High interest rates are a serious discouragement to buying a house these days.

Someone once said you must never let your energy and enthusiasm be dampened by the discouragement that always comes.

Charles Gow tells us that a majority of the great historic accomplishments have been the final result of a persistent struggle against discouragement and failure.

The cohortative is used for mutual encouragement or discouragement.

As a discouragement, he shoots several of the birds and then hangs them in rows, such as English prisoners.

Many villages have abandoned this practice in the face of increased modernization and official discouragement by the government.