Examples of downcast in a Sentence
There were a lot of downcast faces in the crowd.
her downcast gaze made us realize that she was shy
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Still, her audience here on Friday seemed more inspired by her resilience than downcast over her loss.
Police escorted Park, in handcuffs with her eyes downcast, into court for her first public appearance since she was jailed on March 31 based on the corruption allegations that also led to her removal from office.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — In handcuffs, her eyes downcast, former South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday began a corruption trial that could send her to prison for life if she is convicted.
The best humor still comes from the cavalier way Joan treats her hapless daughter, Christina (the excellently downcast Catherine Goodison).
Advertising still makes up more than half of sales, and the company blamed a downcast outlook in March on economic uncertainty surrounding the U.K.’s pending negotiations to leave the European Union.
Noor Salman, 30, stood before a federal judge under tight security, looking downcast and bewildered.
Mr. Lindon’s physically reserved, inward turn as Thierry (wrinkled brow, downcast eyes) dovetails with Mr. Brizé’s restrained realism.
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DOWNCAST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of downcast for English Language Learners
: not happy, confident, or hopeful
of eyes : looking downward
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