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Downcast vs Disheartening - What's the difference?

downcast | disheartening |


As adjectives the difference between downcast and disheartening

is that downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards while disheartening is causing to lose heart; making despondent or gloomy; scare; discourage.

As verbs the difference between downcast and disheartening

is that downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward while disheartening is .

As a noun downcast

is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

Heartsick vs Downcast - What's the difference?

heartsick | downcast |


As adjectives the difference between heartsick and downcast

is that heartsick is very despondent or sorrowful while downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast is

(computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast is

(obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

Downcast - What does it mean?

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Gleeful vs Downcast - What's the difference?

gleeful | downcast |


As adjectives the difference between gleeful and downcast

is that gleeful is exuberantly or triumphantly joyful while downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast is

(computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast is

(obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

Morose vs Downcast - What's the difference?

morose | downcast | Related terms |

Morose is a related term of downcast.


As adjectives the difference between morose and downcast

is that morose is sullen]], gloomy; showing a [[brood|brooding ill humour while downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast is

(computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast is

(obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

Sullen vs Downcast - What's the difference?

sullen | downcast | Related terms |

Sullen is a related term of downcast.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sullen and downcast

is that sullen is (obsolete) one who is solitary, or lives alone; a hermit while downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

As adjectives the difference between sullen and downcast

is that sullen is having a brooding ill temper; sulky while downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As nouns the difference between sullen and downcast

is that sullen is (obsolete) one who is solitary, or lives alone; a hermit while downcast is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast is

(obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

Downcast vs Despond - What's the difference?

downcast | despond |


As nouns the difference between downcast and despond

is that downcast is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype while despond is (archaic) despondency.

As verbs the difference between downcast and despond

is that downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward while despond is to give up the will, courage, or spirit; to become dejected, lose heart.

As an adjective downcast

is (of eyes) looking downwards.

Downcast vs Disheart - What's the difference?

downcast | disheart |


As verbs the difference between downcast and disheart

is that downcast is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward while disheart is .

As an adjective downcast

is (of eyes) looking downwards.

As a noun downcast

is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

Downcast vs Grievous - What's the difference?

downcast | grievous | Related terms |

Downcast is a related term of grievous.


As adjectives the difference between downcast and grievous

is that downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards while grievous is causing grief, pain or sorrow.

As a noun downcast

is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast

is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

Downcast vs Calamitous - What's the difference?

downcast | calamitous | Related terms |

Downcast is a related term of calamitous.


As adjectives the difference between downcast and calamitous

is that downcast is (of eyes) looking downwards while calamitous is concerning or involving calamity, disastrous.

As a noun downcast

is (computing) a cast from supertype to subtype.

As a verb downcast

is (obsolete) to cast or throw up; to turn upward.

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