And she had affected so many people so deeply, that her loss on the negative side took them much deeper into grief and despond , I think, than anybody had ever experienced.
Did perhaps their hearts despond , because lonesomeness had swallowed me like a whale?
These… these are things that you needn't despond over at your age.
Europeans, on the other hand, are in a despond of high unemployment and economic sclerosis.
I thought it right not to let my young lady despond
Business confidence is the most intangible, but vital, of factors, as anyone who watched the country drag itself out of the despond of the 1980s can testify.
Against that has to be weighed the tired limbs of an unusually arduous season and the traditional role of the eternal unfulfilled that may once again drag them down into a familiar despond .
That is making it nearly impossible to craft monetary policy that is both hawkish on inflation, and doesn't throw huge economies deeper into the slough of economic despond .
The morning of June 8th, he rose late because ‘I was desponding , owing to a little difference between my wife and me.’
A lot of us over here get desponded about this place sometimes.