If we must confess it, they are quite offended and downcast when the cartoons stop.
As he was taken down from the dock to be driven to prison he was downcast, as anyone would be who was publicly sacrificed.
He is downcast, and a senior member of his party comforts him in these words.
Despite the fuzzy pictures, the Daily Mail was quick to point out the star looked "miserable" and “downcast.”
The soaked one squats on the bridge, eyes furious and downcast.
Slouch′ing, walking with a downcast, awkward manner: hanging down.
His eyes, which had been downcast, lifted and glared on the questioner.
Still standing with downcast eyes he could not know how radiantly she appeared before him.
He was a good stout knight, but sorrowful of face and downcast of mien.
Dyce expresses the magic of downcast lids with long, dark lashes.