We were miserable and low-spirited enough ourselves at the idea of going away all in a hurry.
I confess that I went about my business in a low-spirited, despairing mood.
All the chiefs were so low-spirited that great efforts were made to cheer them.
I said rather sourly, for I was low-spirited from the parting I had just gone through.
I was in momentary dread of seeing Clara arrive, (for all the world was to be there,) and felt nervous and low-spirited.
His anxiety made him low-spirited; this brought on an attack of fever.
You must cheer up, for your letter proves to me that you are low-spirited.
When you ain't got anybody belonging to you, you get kind of low-spirited.
The cab-driver is low-spirited, and has a solemn sense of his responsibility.
People often, after this, are low-spirited and melancholy all their days.