depression

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  • The city, like many others in the South, suffered from post-war depression.
  • The lack of free trade was considered by many as a principal cause of the depression.
  • His mother had suffered clinical depression since the death of a previous child.
  • Treatment-resistant depression has also been associated with lower long term quality of life.
  • Women were twice as likely to experience post-stroke depression than men.
  • The core problem of the entire project was the water supply to the depression.
  • King suffered from depression throughout much of his life.
  • The world-wide depression has affected agriculture in common with all other industries. Cited from State of the Union, Herbert Hoover
  • She wanted the ground made level, so he filled in the depressions.
  • The number of depressions was similar or greater than that of the previous three years.
  • It has twelve small connected depressions spread over three of its sides.
  • Confirmed by data from a study published in post-stroke depression is common.
  • They formed when depressions left behind after the ice age filled with water to form lakes.
  • She suffered from post natal depression for some time after the birth of her son.
  • The economic times of the Great Depression offered him little opportunities for a career.
  • The family appeared to have a strong streak of depression running through it.
  • The election took place as the Great Depression entered its eighth year.
  • The term "depression" is used in a number of different ways.
  • These effects become very hard to deal with, thus the development of depression may transpire.
  • The land of this village is mainly flat land with a number of depressions called bill.
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Words starting with depression

Meaning of depression

  • noun A mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity
  • noun A long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment
  • noun Sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy
  • noun A period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment
  • noun A concavity in a surface produced by pressing
    he left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud
  • noun Angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object)
  • noun Pushing down
    depression of the space bar on the typewriter