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filled with melancholy and despondency

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We can't get too downhearted, because we'd have snapped your hand off for nine points from the first four games so we will take the positives and go again.
Participants in the NESARC study also were assessed using the 12-item Short Form Health Survey version 2 (SF-12v2), which provided the question about how much they had felt downhearted or depressed in the past 4 weeks (J.
Downhearted yet determined to see their daughter through the debilitating disease, the Maiers realized how lucky they were to have support from family and friends.
SCOOP6 winner Ken Armitage yesterday failed to add the pounds 67,686 bonus to the pounds 102,120 he won last week, but he was not too downhearted after his selection L'Aventure finished out of the frame in the Totesport Classic Chase, writes Paul Eacott.
While Bates pinned his faith on Rusedski for the doubles, counterpart Thomas Muster replaced a downhearted Melzer with Alexander Peya.
Siegenfeld, who describes his rhythm-based technique as "tap-dancing through the body," says jazz is a rich language that needs no translation, "There are lots of people who feel that all that jazz expresses is being hot, or being downhearted from a lost love affair," says Siegenfeld.
I left Sydney Olympic Park exhausted, dehydrated, and downhearted, thinking of the hours I'd spent training and the miles I'd covered--at home in Woodstock, in New York City, Los Angeles, even Hanoi and the coal mining region of southwestern Pennsylvania, where I visited my mother in her nursing home and tended my father as he died.
Four items assessed the extent to which they felt sad, downhearted, low in spirits, and hopeless to the point of wanting to give up.
Gee but it's hard to love someone when that someone don't love you I'm so disgusted, heart-broken too, I've got those downhearted blues Once I was crazy 'bout a man he mis- treated me all the time The next man I get has got to promise me to be mine all mine Trouble trouble I've had it all my days
Washington had it read to his downhearted troops, and it had a great effect in arousing new zeal for the American cause.
Suffice it to say, investors are downhearted and uncertain, and as you well know, the market hates uncertainty.
But wise head Price said: "We need to stay positive because the young lads could get downhearted.
LEE Clark refused to be downhearted after Blues conceded right at the death.
But he cannot be really downhearted about it because he has had such a great career.
0 NEWCASTLE boss Alan Pardew refused to be downhearted after seeing his side held to a 0-0 draw by Swansea.