(1) Dark blue, on the other hand, has a sedative effect, and can make some people feel melancholy and dejected .(2) I wasn't used to this unhappy, dejected personality he'd cultivated and I wasn't entirely sure how to deal with it.(3) When she sees or hears of injustice, the normally happy girl becomes so melancholy and dejected that it worries others.(4) It descends and when the doors open he is astonished to be greeted by a scene of desolation, with dejected people dressed in rags and a smell of sulphur in the air.(5) As low, dejected and depressed as she'd ever felt, she began to get the morning's activities prepared.(6) But as the years passed, they became more gloomy and dejected , and I could see why during my visits.(7) ‘He was distracted, dejected , I just thought he had a broken heart,’ she said.(8) The inability of entering Western intellectual society made them feel dejected and depressed.(9) But, yet again, I failed miserably and came away feeling dejected , disheartened, deflated and demoralised.(10) His life's labor and meaning reduced to nothing, Cipriano returns home, dejected and depressed.(11) Personally, I'm feeling as dejected , disappointed and scared as I am angry.(12) ‘The film is about a teenage daughter who tries to create a nonexistent boyfriend for her dejected mother,’ Robinson said.(13) The story tapers off, leaving the reader disappointed and dejected by a work that promises much, but delivers little.(14) She never looked dejected or dispirited, though she had all the reason.(15) Its hero, Milo, is perpetually dejected , burdened with motiveless discontent.(16) Vanessa watched on in dejected melancholy, wishing somewhere in the back of her mind that Jordan would argue like that with her.