demotivational

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From de- +‎ motivational

Adjective[edit]

demotivational (comparative more demotivational, superlative most demotivational)

  1. Tending or intended to demotivate.
    • 1989, Jan Wind, Studies in Language Origins, volume 3, page 232:
      But could a demotivational process have begun in prelinguistic times and what we see today be a continuation of that?

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