low-spirited


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Synonyms for low-spirited

filled with melancholy and despondency

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I thought even then that constant angling for advantage--even for advantage in the afterlife--was dishonest and low-spirited, and that the nobler course was to live earnestly in this life and to trust God to be fair in the end.
On departing, Connell at first threw herself weeping into the chaise, but remembered to hide her emotions from her parent: "Papa was low-spirited, and I endeavoured to suppress my own feelings, in order to enliven my good Father," she wrote.
I think some guys were low-spirited,'' freshman shooting guard Errick Craven said.
You can be neglectful, disorganised, easily upset, low-spirited and depressed.
Others are low-spirited and resentful after months of fighting.
Nassib Ghobril, chief economist and head of the Economic Research and Analysis Department at the Byblos Bank Group, argued that there are several factors behind the low-spirited response of the consumers.
The Dutch teenager injected life into a low-spirited Arsenal team upon his arrival as a substitute against Sheffield United on Tuesday.
It was a low-spirited, quiet day, as if we were still in the holidays.
Could they be making me low-spirited and miserable?