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Synonyms for downcast

Synonyms for downcast

Synonyms for downcast

a ventilation shaft through which air enters a mine

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directed downward

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filled with melancholy and despondency

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Phil Davies, of Downcast Studios in Gateshead, who is organising the event said: "The gig coincides with National Pet Month, so I thought it would be appropriate to support Newcastle's Dog & Cat Shelter.
ROO THE DAY: a dejected Wayne Rooney looks downcast after England's defeat in Qatar
GRAHAM Onions is refusing to be too downcast after the Durham fast bowler was relegated to the England Lions squad as preparations for the start of the Ashes gather momentum.
Five sections create the book, separated by theme--Sweet Grease, How the Juices Leap, Steering by Pheromones, One Match Flaring, and Bird with Downcast Beak.
But Lowe - who finished fourth in the 200m breaststroke 24 hours earlier - refused to be downcast following a fortnight that has seen her qualify for both the 100m and 200m butterfly events in Beijing.
ENGLAND captain Paul Collingwood refused to be downcast after NewZealand claimed a 3-1 victory in their five-match one-day international series.
The pullback, which came after strong gains earlier in the week, followed somewhat downcast remarks about the economy from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
But don't be fooled by the pleasant trappings: "Something to Say" and "Absence of Your Company" tell downcast romantic tales, rain us promises of satisfaction.
But he is refusing to be downcast ahead of qualifying in Montreal, where he started from pole position last year, despite a painful early retirement at Silverstone two weeks ago.
Central House (8-1), trained by Dessie Hughes and ridden by amateur Roger Loughran, proved the stronger on the run-in to come home three-and-a-half lengths clear of the 4-11 favourite, who was bidding for his third consecutive win in the race.Trainer Jessica Harrington was not downcast in defeat.
(Pepys ceased writing in 1669 due to problems with his vision.) Tide and we broke up (the full text of which, THEN WE BROKE UP, is rendered against an appropriately downcast drool of blue and brown) remind us that public disaster and personal trials are inevitably forever intertwined.
The comparison with slavery, as if all enslaved African Americans were men, reveals this volume's own biases about who a woman is, from the cover photo of a downcast white girl holding an American flag to chapter analyses that downplay race.
From these walls, like a hallucinogenic distortion, a mournful array of human forms bulge forward, feet anchored to the floor, eyes downcast, bodies lost in outlandish folds: female phantoms, pillars and structural support, trapped in a paralyzing nightmare.