Thesaurus / high spirits

opposites of high spirits

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She had set out in high spirits, but had been dreadfully weary all the latter part of the journey, and was to go to bed at once.
BEECHCROFT AT ROCKSTONECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
He was three years old at this time, and so full of high spirits and health, that he was rather a troublesome child to manage.
Toward the end of the next week Rachel came in to dinner late and in high spirits.
BETTY WALES FRESHMANEDITH K. DUNTON
Holm walked back to the office with his hat at a more than usually rakish angle, as was his way when in high spirits.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
The girls, who had before been in high spirits, over cousin Judy's letter, were subdued in an instant.
Voltaire had let his high spirits and his sharp tongue carry him too far, and he was to pay the penalty.
BOOKS AND CHARACTERSLYTTON STRACHEY
It was just pure happiness, the physical expression of high spirits.
THE KEEPERS OF THE TRAILJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
The two set off in high spirits, each with his saddle-bags well stocked with provisions, and each well armed.
FOR THE LIBERTY OF TEXASEDWARD STRATEMEYER
Yew-lane echoed a round of "Good-nights;" and Bill and the gardener went off in high spirits.
Patricks clover works by opposite, I guess, but she drove along, her high spirits not a whit repressed by what had happened.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.