Yet as Jeff writes so downhearted I must tell him the Rebellion has lost worse and more than we have.
An they grew poor an' looked kind o' ragged an' sickly an' downhearted.
As we passed through the shipping the old familiar cry of "Are we downhearted?"
They were not downhearted, nor anxious, nor fretful for all this; far from it.
These ten thousand were not chicken-hearted nor downhearted.
"Don't be downhearted, lad," Bill said, with an attempt at cheerfulness.
Yet after a lull in the firing there came from some point in the battered trench the new British battle-cry, "Are we downhearted?"
I notice that I tell my secrets too easily when I am downhearted.
At intervals, every half-hour or so, a mighty shout would go up, "Are we downhearted?"
She felt too downhearted even to creep out and ask for a pitcher of water.