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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The NBC broadcasters were downfaced to report there had been no bloodshed.
He was rather downfaced and confused in his demeanor before the court, and particularly shabby in his exterior; but he told a plain, straight forward story enough, in the main, and his evidence went the full length of all the traverser's imputed enormities.