Demoralise conjugation

English
30 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
demoralise
demoralise
demoralises
demoralise
demoralise
demoralise
Future Simple
will demoralise
will demoralise
will demoralise
will demoralise
will demoralise
will demoralise
Past Simple
demoralised
demoralised
demoralised
demoralised
demoralised
demoralised
Conditional Simple
would demoralise
would demoralise
would demoralise
would demoralise
would demoralise
would demoralise
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am demoralising
are demoralising
is demoralising
are demoralising
are demoralising
are demoralising
Future Progressive
will be demoralising
will be demoralising
will be demoralising
will be demoralising
will be demoralising
will be demoralising
Past Progressive
was demoralising
were demoralising
was demoralising
were demoralising
were demoralising
were demoralising
Conditional Progressive
would be demoralising
would be demoralising
would be demoralising
would be demoralising
would be demoralising
would be demoralising
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have demoralised
have demoralised
has demoralised
have demoralised
have demoralised
have demoralised
Future Perfect
will have demoralised
will have demoralised
will have demoralised
will have demoralised
will have demoralised
will have demoralised
Past Perfect
had demoralised
had demoralised
had demoralised
had demoralised
had demoralised
had demoralised
Conditional Perfect
would have demoralised
would have demoralised
would have demoralised
would have demoralised
would have demoralised
would have demoralised
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been demoralising
have been demoralising
has been demoralising
have been demoralising
have been demoralising
have been demoralising
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been demoralising
will have been demoralising
will have been demoralising
will have been demoralising
will have been demoralising
will have been demoralising
Past Perfect Progressive
had been demoralising
had been demoralising
had been demoralising
had been demoralising
had been demoralising
had been demoralising
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been demoralising
would have been demoralising
would have been demoralising
would have been demoralising
would have been demoralising
would have been demoralising

Examples of demoralise

Example in English
A true warrior understands that you demoralise and weaken before you destroy.
As if anything could demoralise Robert Chiltern!
As the people of Palermo waited anxiously, the Normans used the old tactic of spreading terror to demoralise them.
But the messages that went with the images were intended to demoralise.
Caesar's fortifications worry me and demoralise the army.
A true warrior understands that you demoralise and weaken before you destroy.
As if anything could demoralise Robert Chiltern!
As the people of Palermo waited anxiously, the Normans used the old tactic of spreading terror to demoralise them.
But the messages that went with the images were intended to demoralise.
Caesar's fortifications worry me and demoralise the army.
I'm not demoralised.
It's awful how easy it is to get demoralised.
Now the crew is deeply demoralised, gentlemen. And I must accept, as every captain must accept, the inevitable and theoretical responsibilty for that.
Oh no, Dr. Watson, that strong soldier has been utterly demoralised by this incident.
So failure means many dead men, families torn apart, and the whole Republican movement demoralised.
God, that must have been demoralising.
Coming here has been the most demoralising experience of my life.
Get your demoralising display out of sight.
I think it was a demoralising experience and embittering experience for him.
It is so demoralising to the people for whom one sacrifices oneself.
I'm not demoralised.
It's awful how easy it is to get demoralised.
Now the crew is deeply demoralised, gentlemen. And I must accept, as every captain must accept, the inevitable and theoretical responsibilty for that.
Oh no, Dr. Watson, that strong soldier has been utterly demoralised by this incident.
So failure means many dead men, families torn apart, and the whole Republican movement demoralised.
God, that must have been demoralising.
Coming here has been the most demoralising experience of my life.
Get your demoralising display out of sight.
I think it was a demoralising experience and embittering experience for him.
It is so demoralising to the people for whom one sacrifices oneself.

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