To push unduly upon or against; overburden; weigh down, actually or figuratively: as, oppressed properly or anxiety; oppressed with fear.
To overcome or overcome; overbear or overwhelm; suppress; subdue.
In order to make languid; affect with lassitude: as, oppressed with all the temperature associated with the weather.
to stay or lay heavy concerning: as, excess of meals oppresses the stomach.
To weight or burden with cruel, unjust, or unreasonable impositions or restraints; treat with injustice or excessive extent; wield authority over in a burdensome, harsh, or tyrannical way; hold straight down by an unjust exercise of energy.