Down at the mouth

Also found in: Idioms.
Related to Down at the mouth: Down in the Dumps
chapfallen; of dejected countenance; depressed; discouraged.

See also: Mouth

References in classic literature ?
One morning, the Swift One not having put in an appearance, Lop-Ear and I were down at the mouth of the slough playing on the logs.
Now Umslopogaas sat himself down at the mouth of the cave waiting for Galazi, and he thought.
David and Goliath down at the mouth of the Tees, snapped by Paul |Waugh, of Brotton
Hendricks faced the reporters down at the mouth of the tunnel and answered the questions while craning to see Solis.
Try down at the mouth for the bigger ones and let your bait move around.
Eddie McCullen is a down at heel and down at the mouth private eye who has a case to crack.