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Crestfallen vs. Downcast

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Crestfallenadjective

Sad because of a recent disappointment.

Downcastadjective

(of eyes) Looking downwards.

Crestfallenadjective

Depressed.

Downcastadjective

(of a person) Feeling despondent.

Crestfallenadjective

Having the crest, or upper part of the neck, hanging to one side.

Downcastnoun

(computing) A cast from supertype to subtype.

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Crestfallenadjective

With hanging head; hence, dispirited; dejected; cowed.

‘Let it make thee crestfullen;Ay, and allay this thy abortive pride.’;

Downcastnoun

(obsolete) A melancholy look.

Crestfallenadjective

Having the crest, or upper part of the neck, hanging to one side; - said of a horse.

Downcastnoun

(mining) A ventilating shaft down which the air passes in circulating through a mine.

Crestfallenadjective

brought low in spirit;

‘left us fatigued and deflated spiritually’;

Downcastverb

To cast or throw down; to turn downward.

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Crestfallen

is a song by the American rock band the Smashing Pumpkins, released on their 1998 album Adore. Originally scheduled as the third single from the album, the song was instead released as a promotional CD in the US. It received moderate play on modern rock stations but did not chart.

‘Crestfallen’;

Downcastverb

To taunt; to reproach; to upbraid.

Downcastverb

To cast from supertype to subtype.

Downcastadjective

Cast downward; directed to the ground, from bashfulness, modesty, dejection, or guilt.

‘'T is love, said she; and then my downcast eyes,And guilty dumbness, witnessed my surprise.’;

Downcastadjective

depressed; dispirited; dejected; - of people.

Downcastnoun

Downcast or melancholy look.

‘That downcast of thine eye.’;

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Downcastnoun

A ventilating shaft down which the air passes in circulating through a mine.

Downcastnoun

a ventilation shaft through which air enters a mine

Downcastadjective

directed downward;

‘a downcast glance’;

Downcastadjective

low in spirits;

‘lonely and blue in a strange city’; ‘depressed by the loss of his job’; ‘a dispirited and resigned expression on her face’; ‘downcast after his defeat’; ‘feeling discouraged and downhearted’;

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