I got so down-hearted and scared I did wish I had some company.
Thus they vied with each other in little attentions to the down-hearted man.
Surely Irishmen enlisted in Scottish regiments are not so down-hearted as all that!
But be not down-hearted about it, Jasper, I will see that thou art provided for.
Cheer up, avillish; maybe that, down-hearted as you are, I have good news for you.
"Don't be so down-hearted," she whispered, handing him a piece of corn-pone.
Perhaps, by the side of the suffering and the dying, she could learn to be ashamed of being so down-hearted and miserable.
“It is of no use to be down-hearted, Nat,” said my uncle the next morning.
We shall both do it, please Heaven, but we must not be down-hearted although we appear to make but little way.
"Don't be down-hearted, old boy," exclaimed Tom encouragingly.