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used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

4 uses
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sad and depressed (seemingly without hope)
  • Silent the warrior smiled, and pleased resign'd To tender passions all his mighty mind; His beauteous princess cast a mournful look, Hung on his hand, and then dejected spoke; Her bosom laboured with a boding sigh, And the big tear stood trembling in her eye.
    Book 6 (75% in)
  • Prayers are Jove's daughters, of celestial race, Lame are their feet, and wrinkled is their face; With humble mien, and with dejected eyes, Constant they follow, where injustice flies.
    Book 9 (75% in)
  • Now o'er the fields, dejected, he surveys From thousand Trojan fires the mounting blaze; Hears in the passing wind their music blow, And marks distinct the voices of the foe.
    Book 10 (5% in)
  • To brave Laodocus his arms he flung, Who, near him wheeling, drove his steeds along; Then ran the mournful message to impart, With tearful eyes, and with dejected heart.
    Book 17 (92% in)

There are no more uses of "dejected" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).

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