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1. Did he get depressed? Yes.
2. He felt sad and depressed.
3. I was lonely and depressed.
4. This depressed Jacob so much.
5. This depressed her even more.
6. I wonder if he’s depressed.
7. No, she was very depressed!.

8. This lady was quite depressed.
9. Nine Years Old, and Depressed.
10. His face was sad and depressed.
11. Those who had been depressed.
12. He becomes a depressed sheep.
13. Meeting Tilly had depressed me.
14. She looked tired and depressed.
15. She looks so sad and depressed.
16. But he was evidently depressed.
17. He felt hopeless and depressed.
18. I found myself really depressed.
19. It bewildered and depressed her.
20. I knew she was severely depressed.
21. Manfred felt depressed by it all.
22. That made me even more depressed.
23. She also appears to be depressed.
24. Scared and confused and depressed.
25. It weighed on me and depressed me.
26. The sight of the weapon depressed me.
27. At the level of depressed chakra a.
28. He depressed it again and soft and.
29. He seemed preoccupied and depressed.
30. ALEX CAME HOME that night, depressed.
31. Trabb at this point, in a depressed.
32. In the interim, Wulfric was depressed.
33. David got pretty depressed about this.
34. I wasn’t depressed, needing a boost.
35. And a little depressed, he said.
36. Claire looked hungover and depressed.
37. I began to feel dreadfully depressed.
38. Alex was bored and she was depressed.
39. That’s why I’ve been so depressed.
40. She was heartsick, depressed and angry.
41. That depressed Stan to no small degree.
42. I sensed I was getting depressed again.
43. Yum was very depressed and frustrated.
44. We walked along, both of us depressed.
45. I felt so depressed, you can't imagine.
46. We know that you’re not depressed.
47. In the following weeks she was depressed.
48. Despite my best efforts I was depressed.
49. Hazel suddenly felt tired and depressed.
50. The recollection made her feel depressed.
51. Your letter is more than usual depressed.
52. When people are angry, they get depressed.
53. Alone, isolated, bewildered and depressed.
54. For several hours Mary was much depressed.
55. It made me feel not so depressed any more.
56. She could also tell that she was depressed.
57. The general atmosphere is rather depressed.
58. Is it any wonder that they are depressed?
59. His face had a dark, depressed appearance.
60. Only amateurs become excited or depressed.
61. A depressed person feels unworthy and weak.
62. Do you think you could be depressed?
63. All were anxious, depressed and suffering.
64. She‘s depressed about her dad being away.
65. Post-war Europe had depressed Stefan Husak.
66. Then he became depressed, started drinking.
67. He appeared to be a rather depressed pastor.
68. The darkness and the cold had depressed him.
69. A parent or parent figure seems depressed.
70. All of this just made Thomas more depressed.
71. He should be happy, not depressed or worried.
72. It makes you feel so lonesome and depressed.
73. Uh, her mother said Lena had been depressed.
74. She felt weak and hopeless; almost depressed.
75. He’s losing his hair and is very depressed.
76. She sits alone on the bus, sad and depressed.
77. David was a bit depressed by the summer break.
78. Lynda was too depressed to call him to order.
79. I do that sometimes when I get very depressed.
80. All these things bug me and make me depressed.
81. I’ve been depressed most of my teen years.
82. After a while I was too depressed to even try.
83. He was simply too damn depressed to even care.
84. The truth was, she might be a little depressed.
85. Many women feel depressed after the birth of.
86. With a depressed feeling, we leave the dead man.
87. Most of the time I was too depressed to care.
88. For, you know, I am a gloomy, depressed person.
89. I have felt very badly and depressed these days.
90. He had grown more depressed as each day passed.
91. Sprugs, the whole island would become depressed.
92. I felt sad and depressed listening to this man.
93. He stood and depressed the key fob button again.
94. A depressed teenager often finds solace in drugs.
95. Happily Leos rarely stay depressed for too long.
96. Even Simon Peter was depressed, if not downcast.
97. It was scruffy, beat-up, depressed, but resolute.
98. Fred made no answer: he was too utterly depressed.
99. She becomes depressed and/or has bouts of sadness.
100. It made me even more depressed when she said that.
1. We had a depressing meal.
2. It was a depressing place.
3. Boy, was she depressing me.
4. This is a truly depressing thought.
5. This tale of horror is depressing.
6. Fred dismissed this depressing idea.
7. Depressing moods in a family curse.
8. The next three hours were depressing.
9. Here is the depressing thing, though.
10. Benny: The most depressing show on TV.
11. Which was depressing but probably true.
12. The realization is bleak and depressing.
13. Glasgow was vast and sad and depressing.
14. A nicely depressing 1997 remake of Bob.
15. The house was cold, vacant and depressing.
16. That was a depressing revelation to know.
17. Believe me, it was a very depressing walk.
18. The realisation was depressing, and his.
19. She didn’t need any more depressing news.
20. This is silly, boring, and often depressing.
21. How depressing! I’d harbored thoughts of.
22. So funny it was downright depressing as hell.
23. He was even more depressing than the room was.
24. What a depressing thought, said Ambrosius.
25. He’s a depressing little sod, isn’t he?’.
26. Mitch jumped on the safety button, depressing it.
27. To Calvin it was more intriguing than depressing.
28. This place is very depressing; it’s a sad place.
29. The feeling in the car grew slowly more depressing.
30. Horribly depressing, at times, but never boring.
31. Now, you might say that this sounds rather depressing.
32. The students came to the depressing conclusions that.
33. How depressing and totally mind blowing is that? It.
34. The depressing impression was my conversation with A.
35. Emotional sharing was fun, but perhaps too depressing.
36. I tried to smile, in spite of these depressing notions.
37. In my defense though it was getting really depressing.
38. The trial actually was growing more depressing each week.
39. Houses of mourning so depressing because you never know.
40. This part of Rythymno was really so bleak and depressing.
41. The war years were miserable and depressing for everyone.
42. He learnt it later that this was not a very depressing fact.
43. Nevertheless, it was a depressing end to a challenging hunt.
44. We cannot prevent a depressing effect of this upon our work.
45. His exhausted flesh shrank from so depressing an undertaking.
46. She turned on the radio; an old, depressing song was playing.
47. He found Richard in a very bad situation and it was depressing.
48. Already Patty knew whoever it was, it would be depressing news.
49. It was depressing to realize that old hatreds were so long-lived.
50. I start to say that, when something very depressing occurs to me.
51. What depressing examples of re-hashed, over-familiar, hoary old.
52. Why am I telling you this depressing story? Because I don't want.
53. Unfortunately most of the news is bad, depressing and sensational.
54. She could see this squabble was having a depressing effect on her.
55. Were they as depressing as they were for me? The Saturdays?
56. It is depressing in the house, but I want to be and will be joyous.
57. It is the only time of the year that London is dull and depressing.
58. The lab is depressing, but Doctor Jasari has yet to make a comment.
59. Avoid or limit watching the news or activities that are depressing.
60. He found the silence and isolation of the Galvins' house depressing.
61. The scene was so depressing; Dingo clawed Peter's shirt out of fear.
62. Practice depressing the shoulder then lifting the elbow off the table.
63. Good relations restored, suddenly the rain looks a lot less depressing.
64. Nothing is as depressing as a depressed person drinking alone in a bar.
65. But, depressing as the situation was, better that than the alternative.
66. Just being around the cocky detective was exhausting, and also depressing.
67. She could hear the morbid rock music blaring out its depressing lyrics:.
68. Burials aren’t a growing industry, plus they’re boring and depressing.
69. Depressing a fork whilst holding onto tweezers and a coin Therapist's aim.
70. That puts a depressing lid on my spirits which even the sunshine cannot lift.
71. He suddenly realized that he knew more than just his own, depressing destiny.
72. Both looked around the prison compound in horror; it was grey and depressing.
73. Maybe it’s the racetrack; the thoughts of leaving could be depressing him.
74. Practice depressing the shoulder then lifting the elbow and hand off the table.
75. It’s a small and cold world really, depressing with violence and pestilence.
76. The thought of two days of grief-stricken silence with Dalynara was depressing.
77. Okay, then, it’s jarring, disconcerting, some even consider it depressing.
78. Jaden realizes this is depressing him and he is beginning to sound a bit deranged.
79. It would be depressing without Sara and Niya and Amber, actualy everyone in short.
80. One depressing thing I saw today was the way two of my friends treated their wives.
81. It was a thoroughly depressing sight, but worse still was the plight of the people.
82. Is he trying to tell me something? Hmm, it’s a depressing story, I mutter.
83. There was something depressing in the air of prim rectitude that pervaded the hall.
84. This is before that, when the sky takes on the depressing, gray hue of night's end.
85. She didn’t remember the room as being so depressing when the Bookers lived in it.
86. The mode of cherishing and depressing either is too obvious to require illustration.
87. Of inspiration was depressing; almost shocking: Maybe she could masturbate in front.
88. That comes from hanging around with such depressing people this past week or two.
89. Variations of this depressing sequence involve a smaller penalty to stated net worth.
90. The ghetto flats were a block of thirty or forty grey, depressing flats inhabited by.
91. I was starving on the Seattle streets, lost and confused, with depressing thoughts.
92. As far as Sarah is concerned in this book, it is depressing, but I tried to be honest.
93. But as it is, the consciousness of the lawlessness of my life is shameful and depressing.
94. David punched the code into his phone, and continued listening to the depressing dialogue.
95. The spot is marked with a slightly depressing monument in the middle of a traffic island.
96. At this point Roger switched off the TV, he was tired and this was all depressing viewing.
97. It had so far been a long and, if he was honest, a rather depressing day for Dusty Miller.
98. Well, yeh, they were depressing times no doubt, but that guy was a genius, for his time.
99. There’s nothing more depressing than a frou frou drink that has no decoration to it.
100. The needle penetrates his skin, his index finger resisting his will, depressing the syringe.
1. A thumb depresses a plunger.
2. Depresses me that we can only write.
3. The thought of an imminent war depresses people.
4. You will find that the resistance finger depresses.
5. It depresses me that we can only write to each other.
6. It depresses the breathing, indeed may stop it altogether.
7. Zitteraal depresses the door handle and pushes the door open slowly.
8. More shares outstanding means dilution, and this depresses stock prices.
9. She has taught him well, and the thought depresses me – there’s nothing I can teach him.
10. The militant grins, gives his friend a look and calmly reaches up and depresses a button on the weapon.
11. In the moment that his thumb depresses the switch and light blossoms in the kitchen Ted's faith in boundaries is shaken to the core.
12. Heroin is a habit-forming narcotic so powerful it depresses the central nervous system and puts the user in a temporary euphoric state.
13. The price of all stocks, and every kind of produce and species of property must suffer a great depression, for a scarcity of money enhances its value, and consequently depresses the value of every other species of property.
14. Then holding the lance full before his waistband's middle, he levels it at the whale; when, covering him with it, he steadily depresses the butt-end in his hand, thereby elevating the point till the weapon stands fairly balanced upon his palm, fifteen feet in the air.
15. The monopoly of the colony trade, therefore, like all the other mean and malignant expedients of the mercantile system, depresses the industry of all other countries, but chiefly that of the colonies, without in the least increasing, but on the contrary diminishing, that of the country in whose favour it is.
16. When the conscious mind is unable to detect what is diseasing The Body Connected, it depresses the system to both allow itself the space and force the mind to take an appraisal between one's own self-created goals and the culture of gravities that perpetually attract the attention of their thought, time, and activity.
17. All revolt closes the shops, depresses the funds, throws the Exchange into consternation, suspends commerce, clogs business, precipitates failures; no more money, private fortunes rendered uneasy, public credit shaken, industry disconcerted, capital withdrawing, work at a discount, fear everywhere; counter-shocks in every town.
18. But supplementary to this, it has hypothetically occurred to me, that as ordinary fish possess what is called a swimming bladder in them, capable, at will, of distension or contraction; and as the Sperm Whale, as far as I know, has no such provision in him; considering, too, the otherwise inexplicable manner in which he now depresses his head altogether beneath the surface, and anon swims with it high elevated out of the water; considering the unobstructed elasticity of its envelope; considering the unique interior of his head; it has hypothetically occurred to me, I say, that those mystical lung-celled honeycombs there may possibly have some hitherto unknown and unsuspected connexion with the outer air, so as to be susceptible to atmospheric distension and contraction.

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1. It sounded sad and depress.
2. It was beginning to depress her.
3. Depress that yellow button for.
4. Still, don't let it depress you.
5. All else had the potential to depress.
6. After changing stations depress the red.
7. This didn’t depress Oleo’s mood, however.
8. Depress the bubble wrap rather than popping it.
9. Instruct the patient to depress their shoulders.
10. This reality can depress the price if you are a seller.
11. Why would a recurrent frustration the more depress him?
12. It didn’t really depress me physically, but more spiritually.
13. While a bankruptcy will depress it even further, at least it will.
14. Do not depress yourself with the idea that you are not progressing.
15. The heat of the day swarmed in to stifle and depress the old priest.
16. She sagged against the glass window as her thoughts slowly began to depress her.
17. The clerk then told Carla to depress the blue button and immediately release it.
18. There were so few people trading it that my own sales began to depress its price.
19. Instruct the patient to depress their shoulders while keeping their elbows extended.
20. Smite or heal, depress me or raise me up: I adore all your purposes without knowing them.
21. Instruct the patient to depress their shoulder while keeping their elbow and hand on the table.
22. When a person feels joyful, and full of goodness, some want to depress them with bad intentions.
23. The board felt that stock sales would depress the stock price and "distract" the sensitive execs.
24. Amusingly, but not surprisingly, the effect of this move was to depress the price of Reading common.
25. But, do not depress the hopes of the nation by sanctioning this tame, imbecile, and temporizing system.
26. Note the two appearances of the word fears and the use of the word depress and the phrase worse to come.
27. I felt the bed depress a little and then a little hand hesitantly pressing on my back, as she scooted on top.
28. Executives told analysts that a buildup of 4 million to 5 million cases would depress the next quarter's sales.
29. That day the New York Times headlined: Mortgage Fears Depress Shares at Two Agencies—Fears of Worse to Come.
30. She didn’t want to admit, even to herself, just how much the aging of her face really did genuinely depress her.
31. It is also important to understand that narcotic drugs tend to depress the reflexes that cause a person to breathe.
32. Now what happens is, we allow it to settle on us, things which depress us, fill us with grief, cause a fear of rejection.
33. On one occasion Malm saw a young fish raise and depress the lower eye through an angular distance of about seventy degrees.
34. I was just counseling Annette here on how Foucault says that the same forces which historically depress class affect gender, too.
35. Nothing happened for a moment and then a series of groans sounded, as the stone weights began to depress and our barge began to move.
36. Yes—well, my father had been talking a good deal to me of his troubles and difficulties, and the subject always tends to depress me.
37. These silent rooms and halls with their gleaming green clusters of ornaments and burning crimson floors were beginning to depress her.
38. So Fred had found the box, had made an important discovery, and yet he managed just now to sadden and depress himself! That was stupid!.
39. Pushing slightly he felt the center of the forehead depress slightly into the head of the skull and then he discovered that it could turn.
40. Worst of all, large asset inflows tend to depress future returns because of so-called market impact costs, which will be described later in this chapter.
41. A third is unrealistic assumptions of return on the company’s pension funds, which can artificially inflate earnings in good years and depress them in bad.
42. Offering about 800,000 of Leasco units at this time by what the market might interpret as being quasi-insiders might also depress the market from its 80–83 level.
43. While it is clear that high volatility tends to depress current equity prices, it is not clear that high volatility predicts above-average near-term returns for the equity market.
44. Crawford's choice; and, independently of that, she disliked Fanny, because she had neglected her; and she would have grudged such an elevation to one whom she had been always trying to depress.
45. Crawford’s choice; and, independently of that, she disliked Fanny, because she had neglected her; and she would have grudged such an elevation to one whom she had been always trying to depress.
46. The facts just related without further evidence might well raise a suspicion in the mind of a stockholder that the omission of the dividend was in some way related to a desire to depress the price of the shares.
47. Outside the windows, a cold early-afternoon rain—not yet the bitter cold of winter, but enough to chill the bone and depress the heart—fell heavily, beating against the diamond-paned windows, and a coal fire hissed on the grate.
48. The warning in the prospectus that Corporation’s large debt load and negative tangible net worth made the issue highly speculative certainly did not depress the price, and may even have been the reason the issue went to a premium.
49. To depress the price of this commodity below what may be called its natural and proper price, was the avowed purpose of those regulations ; and there seems to be no doubt of their having produced the effect that was expected from them.
50. He was not only disposed, like other European ministers, to encourage more the industry of the towns than that of the country; but, in order to support the industry of the towns, he was willing even to depress and keep down that of the country.
51. Fred Vincy, we have seen, had a debt on his mind, and though no such immaterial burthen could depress that buoyant-hearted young gentleman for many hours together, there were circumstances connected with this debt which made the thought of it unusually importunate.
52. It has been shown in the foregoing part of this work, that the effect of these regulations has been to depress the price of English wool, not only below what it naturally would be in the present times, but very much below what it actually was in the time of Edward III.
53. Look to their double standards, that you became nuclear power and threatened others with your might but when a Muslim country tries to acquire this power,you and your allies rush to depress that country and to threaten that country and de cap its efforts by imposing economic and other restriction on it, why these double standards…?
54. We are told that we must force into the vaults of the bank a large portion of the circulating medium, and thereby depress the price of every thing in the market; we must give a shock to credit of every kind, check and embarrass every branch of agricultural, commercial, and manufacturing industry; give up the young mechanics, manufacturers, and merchants with small capitals a prey to the cupidity of moneyed men, who will be tempted to withdraw their funds from trade to speculate on the wrecks of the unfortunate.
55. Even in ordinary and quiet times, it is the interest of the holders of receipts to depress the agio, in order either to buy bank money (and consequently the bullion which their receipts would then enable them to take out of the bank ) so much cheaper, or to sell their receipts to those who have bank money, and who want to take out bullion, so much dearer ; the price of a receipt being generally equal to the difference between the market price of bank money and that of the coin or bullion for which the receipt had been granted.
56. I request gentlemen to reflect, whether this is not, in point of fact, an abandonment of the other points in dispute? Do you not, by ceasing to prosecute the war which is already commenced, declare, in the strongest possible terms, that you will not make war for the injuries which remain unredressed? Can any man persuade himself that you will obtain that by negotiation for which you have determined you will not fight! and that, too, from a nation at all times disposed to depress this growing country? That politician must have a very imperfect knowledge of the considerations which influence all Cabinets, who does not know that the strongest inducement which can be brought to operate in favor of an injured nation, is the apprehension of retaliation, or fear of war, entertained by the other party.

Synonyms for depressed

blue depressed dispirited down downcast downhearted gloomy grim low

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low-spirited