depression

[ dih-presh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF depression

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPRESSION

"There's not much variety," he answered, with a convincing droop of depression.

In my lifetime—in depression and in war—they have awaited our defeat.

The depression in business also had its effect upon the country.

But, what with the heat and with heaviness of spirit, he did not notice her depression until he rose.

The hope of motherhood alternated with black fits of depression.

And then she was gone, and he had a sense of loss and depression.

What do you think is the cause of his appearance of depression?'

All the depression he felt a short time before had vanished.

"One gains a bit of time," said the young lover, in a tone of depression.

But the more I studied the smaller I felt, for this was one of the years of depression.

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