Low in spirits; depressed. See Synonyms at depressed.(adjective)
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Use "downcast" in a sentence
"Not only am I Catholic, but I'm actually a season ticket holder of the Nationals, and I'm kind of downcast right now."
"That song makes me think of post-climactic film cuts of a movie, maybe a love story or a sad story about traveling, and "That's" is playing and we see snippets of the daily lives of two or more characters and they're all kind of downcast and mundane-looking."
""We are Eeyore," she said, referring to the downcast donkey in the Winnie the Pooh stories, and then offering an imitation of him: " 'We'll never make it; we'll never get out of here; it is horrible; we're losing; it's over.'"