downcast[ doun-kast, -kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF downcast
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His eyes, which had been downcast, lifted and glared on the questioner.
"You are much safer here," said the girl, with downcast eyes.
Her eyes were downcast--looking upon the waxed floor as if in meditation.
Bit by bit, word by word, the master drew the whole truth from the downcast lads.
He was a good stout knight, but sorrowful of face and downcast of mien.
Methinks his dress is rich, though he himself is so downcast.
His face was downcast and he put the dishes on the table in an absent-minded way.
Mildred's eyes were downcast again, and a faint colour rose in her cheeks.
She seemed hardly looking where she went; her eyes were downcast.
He had left off drawing, and sat looking, with downcast eyes, at his sketch.
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