It is your disposition to be easily dejected
and to fancy difficulties greater than they are.
Mary, mamma says I'm to help you; or get you to take a walk with me; she says you may well look thin and dejected
, if you sit so constantly in the house.
The young man's manner was dejected
and there were black lines under his eyes.
Rosa, Rosa, we have been robbed, it is true, but shall we allow ourselves to be dejected
for all that?
A WAYFARING MAN, traveling in the desert, met a woman standing alone and terribly dejected
Mr Allworthy had no sooner lifted up his eyes, and thanked Heaven for these hopes of his recovery, than Mr Blifil drew near, with a very dejected
aspect, and having applied his handkerchief to his eye, either to wipe away his tears, or to do as Ovid somewhere expresses himself on another occasion
Golenishtchev recovered himself with an effort, and at first was dejected
and gloomy, but Anna, disposed to feel friendly with everyone as she was at that time, soon revived his spirits by her direct and lively manner.
However, I was indeed dreadfully dejected, and disconsolate to the last degree; and as I had no friend in the world to communicate my distressed thoughts to, it lay so heavy upon me, that it threw me into fits and swoonings several times a day.
I wondered much that I did not see him all the next day, it being the day before the time appointed for execution; and I was greatly discouraged, and dejected in my mind, and indeed almost sank for want of the comfort which he had so often, and with such success, yielded me on his former visits.
Sparsit in an undertone, and much dejected by the immorality of the people.
Sparsit again dejected by the impiety of the people.
A minute ago, the boy had looked the quiet child, mild, dejected
creature that harsh treatment had made him.
Gerrard was left dejected
after the performance at Old Trafford, and now believes the clash with Norwich on Sunday is a must-win game for Brendan Rodgers' team.
Not showing much enthusiasm for life a dejected
and mournful looking vulture displays a slow soaring motion in the sky.
Aron Gunnarsson, Kenwyne Jones and Peter Whittingham look dejected
as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer applauds Cardiff's travelling fans as the Bluebirds are relegated from the Premier League following a 3-0 defeat against Newcastle at St James Park on 3 May 2014 | Aron Gunnarsson, Kenwyne Jones and Peter Whittingham look dejected
as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer applauds Cardiff's travelling fans as the Bluebirds are relegated from the Premier League following a 3-0 defeat against Newcastle at St James Park on 3 May 2014