dejectedly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a dejected manner
when she came back Sophie and Esther were sitting dejectedly in the kitchen
- Ashen-faced and weeping, ten-year-old Natalia Lulova sat dejectedly in a Manhattan law office last week while her mother stroked her hair, consoling her.
- To one side are panels of the teen walking dejectedly down an empty street and sitting outside two idle factories with his face slumped against his hands.
- Further decisions eliminated Architect Hamilton who dejectedly blamed his British birth, threatened a suit.
News & Articles
- Baldwin County beach drownings puts spotlight on rip current education
Standing before the City Council Monday night, Fire Chief Hartley Brokenshaw spoke dejectedly after witnessing a 24-hour period that saw four lives lost off Baldwin County's beaches due to strong rip currents.
June 11, 2013 - Mobile Press-Register
- Bus Ride From Atlantic City Gets Even Worse
Anybody who has ever dejectedly boarded a northbound Greyhound in Atlantic City — usually broke, hung over, and in possession of a few new regrets — can tell you the journey back to New York is rarely a pleasant one.
June 10, 2013 - New York Magazine