Low in spirit; depressed. See Synonyms at depressed.(adjective)
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Use "downhearted" in a sentence
"The men were not by any means "downhearted," and would rather have died than admit that they were depressed, but the brightness was all rubbed off, and a moroseness,"
"When Hartlepool lose he gets "downhearted" but not for long."
"Still, having already secured offers from Birmingham, Manchester, Swansea and East Anglia, Josh isn't too downhearted."