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depressed definition

  • adjective:
    • reduced in spirits; dejected.
    • lower in spirits; dejected.
    • struggling with emotional despair.
    • struggling with psychological depression.
    • Sunk underneath the surrounding region: the depressed center of a crater.
    • Sunk underneath the surrounding area: the despondent center of a crater.
    • reduced quantity, level, or position: Oil reserves had been at depressed levels because of increasing commercial demands.
    • reduced in quantity, degree, or place: Oil reserves were at despondent levels considering increasing professional needs.
    • Sluggish in growth or task: a depressed sector of the economic climate.
    • Sluggish in development or task: a depressed sector associated with the economy.
    • struggling with social and financial difficulty: a depressed area.
    • Suffering from social and economic difficulty: a depressed area.
    • Botany Flattened downward, just as if pressed from above.
    • Botany Flattened downward, as if pressed from above.
    • Zoology Flattened along the dorsal and ventral areas.
    • Zoology Flattened across the dorsal and ventral areas.
    • unsatisfied, and blaming yourself in the place of others; despondent
    • unhappy, and blaming oneself in place of others; despondent
    • experiencing medical despair.
    • struggling with clinical depression.
    • Suffering damaging results of economic recession.
    • pushed or forced down; lowed; sunk; dejected; dispirited; unfortunate; humbled.
    • struggling damaging outcomes of economic recession.
    • Pressed or required down; lowed; sunk; dejected; dispirited; sad; humbled.
    • Concave on upper side; -- said of a leaf whoever disk is gloomier as compared to border.
    • Concave on the upper part; -- said of a leaf whose disk is lower compared to border.
    • Lying level; -- said of a stem or leaf which lies near to the floor.
    • obtaining the vertical diameter reduced versus horizontal or transverse; -- said of this systems of creatures, or of components of the systems.
    • Lying flat; -- said of a stem or leaf which lies near to the floor.
    • Having the straight diameter faster as compared to horizontal or transverse; -- said for the bodies of creatures, or of components of the systems.
    • lower than previously
    • filled with melancholy and despondency
    • less than previously
    • flattened downward like pushed from preceding or flattened across the dorsal and ventral areas
    • full of melancholy and despondency
    • flattened downward as though pressed from preceding or flattened over the dorsal and ventral surfaces
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of depress.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of depress.
  • others:
    • Pressed down; lowered; placed on an even with or below the surface: as, a depressed railway. Especially
    • In structure and zoology, squeezed downward, or flattened from preceding, and therefore broader than high: because, a depressed fish—for instance, the skate; the despondent bill of a bird, as that of the swallow: in opposition to compressed.
    • Pressed down; decreased; apply a level with or below the surface: as, a depressed railway. Specifically
    • In botany, flattened vertically; sunk below the surrounding margin: as, a depressed plant (one whoever development, is horizontal as opposed to upward).
    • In anatomy and zoology, pressed downward, or flattened from preceding, and as a consequence wider than large: because, a depressed fish—for example, the skate; the depressed costs of a bird, as that of the swallow: in opposition to squeezed.
    • In heraldry, surmounted or debruised. See debruised.
    • In botany, flattened vertically; sunk underneath the surrounding margin: as, a depressed plant (one whoever development, is lateral in the place of up).
    • In heraldry, surmounted or debruised. See debruised.
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