Noun(1) someone suffering psychological depression
(1) With my other journal no longer safe, this is slowly morphing into what it was (to a far lesser extent): a collection of mostly depressive snapshots.(2) The depressive group are sitting quietly after ten minutes, the happy group are all chatting, but both groups deny they've been influenced by statements.(3) The best punk rock, or whatever, always comes from the most depressive governments.(4) I pushed myself to attend two hours of scriptwriting and rather than delve deeper into depressive moods, I just walked out of class and back home.(5) Eventually he moved away from the melancholic, depressive themes towards authentic descriptions of villagers and country life.(6) However, persistent severe depressive moods are not part of the ├ö├ç├┐normal├ö├ç├û spectrum of behaviour.(7) These essential fatty acids have a depressive effect on inflammatory cytokines, thus stopping the domino nature of the inflammatory response.(8) The results are still being analysed but researchers say care home residents are enjoying life more and suffering less depressive illness.(9) Instead I'm indulging in depressive whingeing because I needed the best possible conditions to start tackling a heavier workload and everything seems to have gone pear shaped.(10) We have listened carefully to the evidence which has been adduced regarding your state of mind and accept that you have suffered from a depressive illness.(11) The drug appeared to have no observable depressive effect on respiratory rate.(12) We get the feeling that seeing a woman walk out the door with her suitcases packed is a biannual event for Don, yet it sets him into a depressive tailspin.(13) I didn't realize what a depressive rut I'd been in for the last couple of months.(14) By contrast, British pop, fuelled by speed and e, moves in fits and starts, breaks and loops, sudden surges, depressive longeurs and doublings-back.(15) In any given year, 9.5 percent of the population suffer from a depressive illness.(16) Occasionally you're thrown a jolt by something resembling French pop, but the shock subsides once you're into the next depressive acoustic number.
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