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Synonyms for depressed

Synonyms for depressed

Synonyms for depressed

lower than previously


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flattened downward as if pressed from above or flattened along the dorsal and ventral surfaces

filled with melancholy and despondency

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Rescued from death in the Arctic wastes, and reunited to a beautiful wife, the lieutenant looked, nevertheless, unaccountably anxious and depressed.
These were the reflections which now troubled Crayford, and which presented him, after his rescue, in the strangely inappropriate character of a depressed and anxious man.
The Eagle was much depressed in spirits by the change.
I was once more a doubting, discontented, depressed creature when I rose to say good-by.
I was too depressed about myself, too alarmed about
But he rode with a sensitive "loose curb," and quickly, but not too quickly, he shifted the angles of his wing-tips, depressed the front horizontal rudder, and swung over the rear vertical rudder to meet the tilting thrust of the wind.
With steady head and hand, he depressed the forward horizontal rudder--just recklessly enough and not a fraction more--and the monoplane dived head foremost and sharply down the void.
He reefed hastily to the uttermost, and at the same time depressed the angle of his flight to meet that upward surge.
I have never reproached the former but once, and that was for laughing at Lord Lowborough's depressed and anxious countenance one evening, when they had both been particularly provoking; and then, indeed, I said a good deal on the subject, and rebuked him sternly enough; but he only laughed, and said, - 'You can feel for him, Helen, can't you?
Depressed at her isolation, she saw not only houses and furniture, but the vessel of life itself slipping past her, with people like Evie and Mr.
Bad: thus doth it call all that is spirit-broken, and sordidly-servile-- constrained, blinking eyes, depressed hearts, and the false submissive style, which kisseth with broad cowardly lips.
Towards ten o'clock, when she usually said good-night to her son, and often before going to a ball put him to bed herself, she felt depressed at being so far from him; and whatever she was talking about, she kept coming back in thought to her curly-headed Seryozha.
My courage and my resolution is firm; but my hopes fluctuate, and my spirits are often depressed.
HONOLULU -- Depressed Hispanic mothers are more likely than are nonde-pressed Hispanic mothers to supplement breast-feeding with water and flavored teas as early as 4-6 weeks and to be giving their babies soda, chips, and syrup-flavored cow's milk by 6-12 months, according to a study of 201 women.
He suggested routinely asking patients with physical complaints a couple of questions that are helpful to screen for depression: "Are you depressed most days, or have you been depressed most of the time in the last 2 weeks?