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dejected
used in The Fellowship of the Ring

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Definition
sad and depressed (seemingly without hope)
  • He walked in front with Frodo; next came Merry and Pippin; and last came Sam leading the pony, which was laden with as much of their baggage as they had the heart to give it; but already it looked less dejected, as if it approved of the change in its fortunes.
    1.11 — Book 1 Chapter 11 — A Knife in the Dark (24% in)
  • Bill the pony stood patiently but dejectedly in front of the hobbits, and screened them a little; but before long the drifting snow was above his hocks, and it went on mounting.
    2.3 — Book 2 Chapter 3 — The Ring Goes South (80% in)

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