depressive definition

  • adjective:
    • looking after depress or reduced.
    • Discouraging; gloomy: "People In America entertained the depressive believed that they had ceased to be themselves” ( Lance Morrow).
    • Of or relating to mental despair.
    • looking after create depression; dispiriting; melancholy.
    • Being depressed; dispirited; melancholic.
    • Able or tending to depress or cast straight down.
    • Tending to depress or lower.
    • Depressing; gloomy: "Us Americans entertained the depressive thought that they had ceased become on their own” ( Lance Morrow).
    • Of or regarding psychological depression.
    • Tending to create depression; dispiriting; melancholy.
    • Being depressed; dispirited; melancholic.
    • Able or tending to depress or cast down.
  • noun:
    • one enduring psychological depression.
    • people suffering from depression.
    • someone enduring emotional depression
    • people enduring emotional depression.
    • you suffering from despair.
    • someone putting up with emotional despair
  • others:
    • Able or maintaining depress or cast down.
    • Able or looking after depress or cast straight down.

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