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in a dejected manner

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But, when his nephew, leaning an elbow on the table, covered his eyes thoughtfully and dejectedly with his hand, the fine mask looked at him sideways with a stronger concentration of keenness, closeness, and dislike, than was comportable with its wearer's assumption of indifference.
The gloomy gardener happened to be ill in bed, and the assistant was at vespers-- as Lutheran Germany calls afternoon tea or its equivalent-- so the nurse filled up the holes as well as she could with mould, burying the crushed and mangled roses, cheated for ever of their hopes of summer glory, and I stood by looking on dejectedly.
Raoul walked away, dejectedly, to the graveyard in which the church stood and was indeed alone among the tombs, reading the inscriptions; but, when he turned behind the apse, he was suddenly struck by the dazzling note of the flowers that straggled over the white ground.
I do not know, sir," he said dejectedly, "you will see; my wife is sitting with her.
FOR a lot of fans the most striking and painful memory of Barnsley will be beaten boss Tony Mowbray trudging dejectedly down the tunnel as his reign unravelled.
Waste in water became the man cause of disease in our area inserted Abid dejectedly.
The front depicts a child playing at different superheroes rather dejectedly on his own, whilst the back has the same child still playing at superheroes but this time happily with his father or other male relative.
Jodie Taylor, Jill |Scott and Toni Duggan walk dejectedly off the pitch after the defeat
The chaotic illustrations spark laughter while teaching compassion and gratefulness, such as when teary-eyed lions in a zoo dejectedly observe children hitting each other outside their cage or when an apron-garbed father bursts into tears after his son throws to the floor the plate of spinach he cooked with care.
England's James Anderson looks on dejectedly as Australia celebrate their victory in the second Ashes Test
The anguish was written all over his face back in March when he trooped dejectedly out of the Juventus Stadium at the end of the last adventure.
FDJ's French sprinter Nacer Bouhanni was dealing with a gastric problem and he was dropped by the peloton early on, keeping up a solo battle some four minutes off the pace before dejectedly climbing off his bike and into the team car 90km from the finish.
BRYAN Round walked dejectedly from the oche, shrugged and muttered: "Should've had a drink before - I usually do.
Despite the heart-breaking defeat the Pars punters hailed their side as they dejectedly left the field at full-time.
CHRIS COLEMAN had his own blistering message for his Wales players, as they trudged dejectedly back to their clubs after that limp and lifeless last pre-World Cup display against Bosnia.