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Gone with the Wind
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  • Smoked foundations and the lonesone blackened chimneys, now known as "Sherman’s Sentinels," appeared with disheartening frequency.
  • She was chilled and disheartened and desperate.

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  • It is disheartening that so few community college students graduate with a degree.
  • The team was disheartened by the defeat.

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