downturned

downturned

(ˈdaʊnˌtɜːnd)
adj
turned downwards
References in classic literature ?
Bert was crumbling the last of his bread into the last of his soup, eking it out as long as possible, when suddenly he became aware that every one was looking at a pair of feet that were dangling across the downturned open doorway.
The downturned or covered face, the averted gaze, the attempt to mask or divert attention from a site of physical embarrassment--all were well understood by late medieval and early modern commentators on manners and morals.
Played by Bruce Willis with a bit of a paunch and a downturned mustache, the movie Emmett has moods that range from sulk to snit.
The Hunger Summit is an important reminder about the need to keep food choices out there for folks who are struggling in a downturned economy," says Craig A.
With a downturned economy, selling one's self—skills and personality—on paper is at an all time premium.
and downturned hat brim at the doings of what must seem another planet
We are definitely getting more calls and interest in our services because of the downturned economy.
Victory holds a downturned sword in one hand and a laurel crown in the other.
All have similar characteristics, including heavy eyelids, joined eyebrows, low set ears, thin, downturned lips and long eyelashes.
A downturned mouth does not necessarily denote unhappiness or pessimism, but it certainly does signify some conflict brought about by their determination to speak their mind.