Being in low spirits; dejected and disheartened.(adjective)
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Use "chapfallen" in a sentence
"The Regulators looked very tame and "chapfallen" for a day or two; and"
"To wit: "And yet," says he, all chapfallen, "I fear me he will find occasion to clatter at my lady's ear, and mow and girn for his cracked pate to move her pity - and seest thou, father, it will look ill for me, a tenant oppressed crying Justice! and I can do nowt for him, wanting power at hand, and but the bailiff.""
"The priest seemed somewhat chapfallen at her answer."