Depressed

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Definition

depressed: sad, unhappy, miserable
adjective

(a) depressing (film): (a) sad, distressing, melancholy (film)
adjective

Examples

  • "He was depressed, and needed to take a break."
  • "Air hostesses depressed me with their glamour, slenderness, and orange make-up."
  • "You all seem so depressed, so angry- what's wrong with you?"
  • "(I've got) the blues - (I am) feeling sad or depressed"
  • "He felt depressed, and needed to take a break."
  • "You're depressed? Depressed."
  • "He felt terribly depressed, and needed to take a break."
  • "You're depressed?"
  • "People who chronically lack sleep are also more likely to become depressed."
  • "Train employees (both female and male) depressed me with their glamour, slenderness, and orange make-up."

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