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Bouncy, jaunty walks, limps, sad or downhearted walks, all with the other motions of arms and head contributing to a constantly shifting center of mass and momentum.
DISNEY IMAGINEERING’S PROJECT KIWI IS A FREE-WALKING ROBOT THAT WILL MAKE YOU BELIEVE IN GROOTMATTHEW PANZARINOAPRIL 23, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Despair as measured by the new scale represents a downhearted state of mind, not a mental disorder, Copeland suspects.
‘DEATHS OF DESPAIR’ ARE RISING. IT’S TIME TO DEFINE DESPAIRBRUCE BOWERNOVEMBER 2, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
“They will be all right,” said the captain, striving to cheer up his downhearted young companions.
THE GO AHEAD BOYS ON SMUGGLERS' ISLANDROSS KAY
"We may be here quite a long while," Mr. Wordsley said, and could not contrive to sound downhearted about it.
THE MAROONERCHARLES A. STEARNS
The woman herself must not be nervous or downhearted, but courageous, and forcing herself by straining and holding her breath.
THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERANONYMOUS
At intervals, every half-hour or so, a mighty shout would go up, "Are we downhearted?"
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
"Real beauties," thought Dick, still rather breathless after such a surprise, but not in the least downhearted.
THE GREAT AIRSHIP.F. S. BRERETON
But before Paul had had time to become really downhearted, the door of an inner office opened and a man came forward to meet them.
PAUL AND THE PRINTING PRESSSARA WARE BASSETT
While thus each was full of his own hopes and expectations, I alone felt depressed and downhearted.
CHARLES O'MALLEY, THE IRISH DRAGOON, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)CHARLES LEVER
Roger's fat horse no longer tried to unseat its rider or its pack, but seemed to be the most downhearted of the train.
DEATH VALLEY IN '49WILLIAM LEWIS MANLY

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