We recollect sharing in the despondency, and even despair, which paralysed our party.
It had been watched with alternate hope, doubt, and despondency.
"I have heard nothing," exclaimed he, with a sigh of despondency.
By rapid walking in the heat Shelton had got rid of his despondency.
How long I had passed in this state of despondency I knew not; but it was long past noon when I rallied myself.
This despondency was known to me, but I had no idea it cut so deep.
You were in my mind last night, and you brought a little boat to sail me past despondency of life and the fear of extinction.
Despondency is the most unprofitable feeling a man can indulge in.
I have now told you all, Makar Alexievitch, and feel sure that you will understand my despondency.
His very features have an expression of sorrow and despondency.
despondency 1650s, from despondence.