inconsolable, down in the mouth, hangdog, tristful, heartsore, woebegone, cast down, low, droopy, subdued, bad, sorry, crestfallen, doleful, unhappy, dysphoric, saddened, homesick, down, desolate, sorrowful, dull, wretched, brokenhearted, heavyhearted, heartsick, happy, heavy-hearted, low-spirited, downcast, melancholic
dejected (part of speech: adjective)
contemplative, discouraged, disconsolate, heartbroken, dejected, anxious, dreary, woeful, joyless, glum, melancholy, sullen, despondent, gloomy, depressed, disheartened, overcome, grim, mournful, despairing, moody, anguished, lachrymose, morose, plaintive, wistful, sad, blue, miserable, pensive, dispirited, dolorous
hopeless (part of speech: adjective)
- I- I- was feeling very downhearted. - "The Lost Despatch", Natalie Sumner Lincoln.
- " Don't be downhearted, lad," Bill said, with an attempt at cheerfulness. - "Down the Slope", James Otis.
- Then, weary, water- soaked, chilled to the bone, stupefied by the wild beat of the storm, aching in every muscle but not downhearted, he fought his way back to the radio cabin. - "Curlie Carson Listens In", Roy J. Snell.