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low-spirited

Syllabification: low-spir·it·ed

Definition of low-spirited in English:

adjective

Sad and despondent; depressed: he was a bit low-spirited
More example sentences
  • Afterwards, I realised there were some signs - his eating patterns and sleeping patterns had changed and he was a bit low-spirited.
  • I have had a slight feverish attack for the last few days, and I feel ill, or rather I feel low-spirited.
  • Liz at this point was a bit low-spirited and asked her Mum for advice.

Derivatives

low-spiritedness

1
noun
Example sentences
  • That said, it doesn't mean his music, both as a producer or as a DJ, is insufflated with low-spiritedness and cheap, calculated misery.
  • Poems with low-spiritedness such as yours draw my attention.

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