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dejected
used in Wuthering Heights

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sad and depressed (seemingly without hope)
  • I couldn't bear to witness her sorrow: to see her pale, dejected countenance, and heavy eyes: and I yielded, in the faint hope that Linton himself might prove, by his reception of us, how little of the tale was founded on fact.
    Chapter 22 (99% in)

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