dejection definition

  • noun:
    • their state to be dejected; low spirits.
    • Evacuation for the intestines; defecation.
    • a situation of melancholy or despair; reduced spirits, the blues
    • The act of humbling or abasing yourself.
    • a reduced condition; weakness; failure.
    • Defecation or feces.
    • A casting down; depression.
    • The work of humbling or abasing an individual's self.
    • Lowness of spirits occasioned by grief or misfortune; emotional despair; melancholy.
    • a decreased problem; weakness; failure.
    • The discharge of excrement.
    • Fæces; excrement.
    • The work of casting straight down; a casting down; prostration.
    • Depression; diminution.
    • In medication: Fecal release; evacuation.
    • the situation discharged or voided; dejecta: usually in the plural: as, the dejections of cholera; watery dejections.
    • 4. their state to be downcast; depression or lowness of spirits; melancholy.
    • In astrology, the house furthest removed from the exaltation of a planet.
    • In geology, volcanic debris; a sediment of volcanic origin.
    • circumstances of melancholy depression
    • solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels

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