Definition of Downhearted

1. Adjective. Filled with melancholy and despondency. "Feeling discouraged and downhearted"




Definition of Downhearted

1. a. Dejected; low-spirited.

Definition of Downhearted

1. Adjective. sad ¹

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Definition of Downhearted

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Downhearted

1. Dejected; low-spirited. (04 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Downhearted

downfolding
downfolds
downforce
downforces
downgoing
downgoings
downgone
downgrade
downgraded
downgrades
downgrading
downgradings
downgyved
downhaul
downhauls
downhearted (current term)
downheartedly
downheartedness
downhill
downhiller
downhillers
downhills
downhole
downier
downiest
downiness
downinesses
downing
downings
downland

Literary usage of Downhearted

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1. Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1870)
"downhearted. — Letter to Pierre Paris Irving. — Letter to Leslie. — Letter to Bre- voort. — Close of 1824. |HE "Tales of a Traveller" was published in ..."

2. Chronicles of the City of Perugia, 1492-1503 by Francesco Maturanzio (1905)
"victory many were glad and rejoiced, and many were sad and downhearted, as is wont to be. And that sharp and stern fight lasted about four hours reckoning ..."

3. The Life and Letters of Washington Irving by Pierre Munroe Irving (1869)
"downhearted. — Letter to Pierre Paris Irving. — Letter to Leslie. — Letter to Bre- voort. — Close of 1824. |HE "Tales of a Traveller" was published in ..."

4. Letters of Captain Geo. Hamilton Perkins, U.S.N. by George Hamilton Perkins, George Eugene Belknap (1908)
""Even little Jack Stewart is quiet and downhearted, not only on account of poor Rooney, but because his sweetheart has stopped writing him. ..."

5. The English Factories in India, 1622-1623: A Calendar of Documents in the by William Foster (1908)
"... downhearted']; all your wrongs shalbe righted and himselfe wilbe ready to doe you any service.' As Mr. Martin is unwell, it would not be amiss to send ..."

6. A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions by Richard Soule, George Holmes Howison (1891)
"... cast down, disheartened, downhearted, desponding, despondent, blue, crestfallen, low-spirited, in low spirits. Chaplet, я. Garland, wreath, coronal. ..."

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