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dejected
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
sad and depressed (seemingly without hope)
  • When they reached the mess hall, they found the others—Percy, Annabeth, and Frank—sitting dejectedly around the dining table.
    p. 60.4
  • Huddled next to it was a dejected-looking boy in tattered jeans, a black shirt, and an old aviator jacket.
    p. 159.0
  • Well, that's it, he thought dejectedly.
    p. 201.7

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