depressed collocations and examples

 UK /dɪˈprest/

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very unhappy about something that is difficult to change; suffering from depression


Adverbs frequently used with depressed
very: deeply, extremely, severely, veryHe’s severely depressed and sleeping about 20 hours a day.slightly: mildly, slightlyShe became mildly depressed and miserable.with an illness: clinicallyAt the extreme end of the spectrum, people can find themselves clinically depressed or even suicidal.
Verbs frequently used with depressed
become, feel, get, look, make someone, seem, soundWhen I’m having a bad time or I’m feeling depressed, I let everyone know.All this talk of recession is enough to make anybody depressed.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with depressed
angry, anxious, irritable, lethargic, lonely, miserable, sad, suicidal, tiredFor a while she coped, but then she became depressed and anxious.
 
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