All Adjective Verb
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  • He began to think he would never play hockey again and became depressed.
  • They may sleep too much, have little energy, and may also feel depressed.
  • The more depressed he got, the more difficult he was to work with.
  • He became depressed and decided that doing a comedy might be good for him.
  • With time he grew very depressed, and decided to see what was in the box.
  • The body was short and depressed with short, strong feet that were far behind the body.
  • Depressed people process information much more thoroughly, whether it is good or bad.
  • He was greatly depressed when the officials told him he couldn't play.
  • He "just sat in his room and became more and more depressed".
  • The location was chosen under government influence to bring employment to a depressed area.
  • The strain was too much for his wife, perhaps depressed also by her loss.
  • He became depressed and unwell before his sudden death less than a year later.
  • He has also spoken of feeling depressed when not working.
  • However, his feelings towards the record were largely negative, leaving him depressed.
  • He had become depressed, and by December, had scored only six goals.
  • A depressed real estate market forced him to sell most of his holdings.
  • Soon afterwards, she separated from him and, as a result, became depressed.
  • A few weeks later he committed suicide, apparently depressed by his situation.
  • Therefore, many become frustrated and sometimes depressed with a lower quality of life.
  • He became depressed and tried to overcome his depression through a change of environment.
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Root form of depressed is depress for the verb.

Words starting with depressed

Meaning of depressed

  • verb Lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    These news depressed her, The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her
  • verb Lower (prices or markets)
    The glut of oil depressed gas prices
  • verb Lessen the activity or force of
    The rising inflation depressed the economy