downhearted

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And there's no cause to be downhearted, for he'll very soon get better, very soon.

They were not downhearted, nor anxious, nor fretful for all this; far from it.

Nay, don't be downhearted, for I cannot stand women's tears.

"Don't be downhearted, old fellow," he said when he parted from him.

An they grew poor an' looked kind o' ragged an' sickly an' downhearted.

I thought it was upside down already; but I was too weak and downhearted to say so.

Never in his life before had he been so downhearted Gretchen observed his melancholy.

"Don't be downhearted, lad," Bill said, with an attempt at cheerfulness.

She could not really understand what kept those about her so downhearted.

Downhearted, almost despairing, Harry Blew halts upon the beach.

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