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Synonyms for depress

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to make sad or gloomy

to cause to descend

to become or make less in price or value

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lower (prices or markets)

cause to drop or sink

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press down

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lessen the activity or force of

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Missions primarily consist of staving off gangs of Telmarines while finding cogs to assemble Rube Goldbergian contraptions, standing on depressible platforms to open doors, and employing special abilities like shooting and climbing to solve bland puzzles.
At the time of physical examination, the patient appeared acutely ill with fever (41[degrees]C), dehydration, somnolence, conjunctivitis, facial edema, cervical adenomegaly, soft depressible abdomen painful to palpation, and hepatomegaly.
A year earlier (January 3, 1887) she had confided to Amelia Barnard Heimann, her friend of over forty years, what she had reminded Gabriel Rossetti of some years before: that "I myself am depressed and far too readily depressible" (Letters, 4:37).
Abdomen was soft and depressible with no tenderness or palpable masses or visceromegaly.
It takes a lot of creativity to come up with eye-catching subject lines like "francisco glandular" or "re: depressible gyroscope" or "re: wigwam moor." Letters can practice its scansion exercises on iambic subject lines ("now her friends are pulse forbade") and grapple with mind-bending concepts such as this one from "subject: turkey 3 bonbons": "When defined by labyrinth is imaginative, cough syrup related to bride derive perverse satisfaction from abstraction inside dilettante."
Greater than 1 mm in any direction and is depressible in the socket.