Lexicographical Neighbors of Crestfallenly
Literary usage of Crestfallenly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1891)
"The waiters gaped and stared a little, then crestfallenly they wandered off to their respective employments. The wounded man betook himself to the nearest ..."
2. The Speaker (1913)
"Isidore asked and crestfallenly reported that Teacher would remain at her present years until July. "Und in July there ain't no school und in the school ..."
3. Defending His Flag: Or, A Boy in Blue and a Boy in Gray by Edward Stratemeyer (1907)
"... where yez are," he went on, as Andy looked at him crestfallenly. " Have yez the countersign? " " Potomac," said Andy, on a venture. ..."