lowness of spirits

  • 1 lowness — noun 1. a feeling of low spirits he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits • Syn: ↑downheartedness, ↑dejectedness, ↑low spiritedness, ↑dispiritedness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dispirited ( …

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  • 2 lowness — Synonyms and related words: Schmerz, Slough of Despond, abjectness, abominableness, atrociousness, baseness, bassness, beggarliness, blank despondency, brevity, briefness, commonness, commonplaceness, compactness, compendiousness, conciseness,… …

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  • 3 low spirits — Synonyms and related words: Schmerz, Slough of Despond, blank despondency, death wish, dejectedness, dejection, depression, despair, despondency, despondentness, discouragement, disheartenment, dispiritedness, down trip, downcastness, downer,… …

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  • 4 Dejection — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Dejection >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 dejection dejection Sgm: N 1 dejectedness dejectedness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 depression depression prosternation| Sgm: N 1 lowness of spirits lowness of spirits depression of… …

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  • 5 dejectedness — noun a feeling of low spirits he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits • Syn: ↑downheartedness, ↑low spiritedness, ↑lowness, ↑dispiritedness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dispirited ( …

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  • 6 dispiritedness — noun a feeling of low spirits he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits • Syn: ↑downheartedness, ↑dejectedness, ↑low spiritedness, ↑lowness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dispirited, ↑low …

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  • 7 downheartedness — noun a feeling of low spirits he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits • Syn: ↑dejectedness, ↑low spiritedness, ↑lowness, ↑dispiritedness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dispirited ( …

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  • 8 low-spiritedness — noun a feeling of low spirits he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits • Syn: ↑downheartedness, ↑dejectedness, ↑lowness, ↑dispiritedness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dispirited ( …

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  • 9 depression — n. 1. Abasement, degradation, deterioration, debasement, perversion, vitiation, depravation. 2. Hollow, hollowness, cavity, concavity, indentation, dent, dint, dimple, excavation, pit. 3. Dejection, dejectedness, sadness, despondency, melancholy …

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  • 10 Depression: Emergence —    The word depression has a number of meanings, depending on the discipline. Within neurophysiology, it refers to a decrease in the brain’s electrical activity causing, for example, cortical depression. For the pharmacologist, depression means… …

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  • 11 Depression and Mood Disorders: Emergence —    The word depression has a number of meanings, depending on the discipline. Within neurophysiology, it refers to a decrease in the brain’s electrical activity causing, for example, cortical depression. For the pharmacologist, depression means… …

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  • 12 dejection — n. Depression, despondency, sadness, melancholy, gloom, dumps, blues, lowness of spirits, low spirits …

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  • 13 Dejection — De*jec tion, n. [L. dejectio a casting down: cf. F. d[ e]jection.] 1. A casting down; depression. [Obs. or Archaic] Hallywell. [1913 Webster] 2. The act of humbling or abasing one s self. [1913 Webster] Adoration implies submission and dejection …

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  • 14 Megrim — Me grim, n. [OE. migrim, migrene, F. migraine, LL. hemigrania, L. hemicrania, hemicranium, Gr. ?; ? half + ? skull. See {Hemi } and {Cranium}, and cf. {Hemicrania}, {Migraine}.] 1. A kind of sick or nervous headache, usually periodical and… …

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  • 15 migraine — Megrim Me grim, n. [OE. migrim, migrene, F. migraine, LL. hemigrania, L. hemicrania, hemicranium, Gr. ?; ? half + ? skull. See {Hemi } and {Cranium}, and cf. {Hemicrania}, {Migraine}.] 1. A kind of sick or nervous headache, usually periodical and …

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  • 16 migraine headache — Megrim Me grim, n. [OE. migrim, migrene, F. migraine, LL. hemigrania, L. hemicrania, hemicranium, Gr. ?; ? half + ? skull. See {Hemi } and {Cranium}, and cf. {Hemicrania}, {Migraine}.] 1. A kind of sick or nervous headache, usually periodical and …

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  • 17 dejection — noun Date: 15th century lowness of spirits …

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  • 18 gloom — I. verb Etymology: Middle English gloumen Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. to look, feel, or act sullen or despondent 2. to be or become overcast 3. to loom up dimly transitive verb to make dark, murky, or somber ; make gloomy II …

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  • 19 George Cheyne — (1671 1743), M.D. R.C. E.d. and R.S.S., was a pioneering physician, early proto psychologist, philosopher and mathematician, born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, who opened a medical practice in Bath in 1702. He is best known for his contribution to… …

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  • 20 Declaration on the Status and Name of the Croatian Standard Language — ( hr. Deklaracija o nazivu i položaju hrvatskog književnog jezika) was a document brought by Croat scholars.Declaration was brought March 13 1967. It was published in Telegram , Yugoslav newspapers for social and cultural questions, nr. 359, 17… …

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