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despondent
desparing, utterly discouraged or extremely dejected.
morose
gloomy, glum, sullen, surly, or in bitter ill human
downcast
depressed dispirited, dejected, or very discourages *downcast eyes
austerE
severe, stern, or harsh. morally strict; or simple or lacking ornament usually applied to habits and modes of life, adopted by people and the enviroment they create
privation
hardship or want, or the loss or absence of a quality; lack of comfort.
tribulation
distress, suffering, trouble, or misery *trials and tribulations
misgiving
feeling of doubt, fear or suspicion
rue
to feel remorse, regret
adj, rueful- to express sorrow
recoil
to fall or draw back, or to shrink back suddently (in fear or disgust)
languid
weak, sluggish, dull, or lacking vigor or spirit
mischance
misfortune, badluck, or an unfortunate accident
melee
confused fight or struggle; a confused migling together
disconcert
to confuse, disturb, frustrate, upsert, or embarrass *usually people not things
abash
to embarrass, make ashamed of or uneasy; to discomfort
derage
to disarrange, upset, ot throe into confusion or disorder often refers to throwing someone into confusion
harass
to trouble, worry, or annoy or torment or to attack an enemy repeatedly