Synonyms of depressed in English:

depressed


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adjective

1‘he turned to whisky because he felt lonely and depressed’

SYNONYMS
sad, saddened, unhappy, gloomy, glum, melancholy, miserable, sorrowful, dejected, disconsolate, downhearted, downcast, cast down, down, crestfallen, woebegone, despondent, dispirited, low, low in spirits, low-spirited, heavy-hearted, morose, dismal, desolate, weighed down, oppressed
tearful, upset, broken-hearted
disheartened, discouraged, daunted, pessimistic
informal blue, down in the dumps, down in the mouth, fed up, moody
literary dolorous, heartsick, heartsore
archaic chap-fallen
ANTONYMS

cheerful

2‘there is a relationship between crime and a depressed economy’

SYNONYMS
weak, weakened, enervated, debilitated, devitalized, impaired
inactive, flat, quiet, slow, slow-moving, slack, sluggish, static, stagnant, dull
ANTONYMS

strong

3‘he snapped up property at depressed prices’

SYNONYMS
reduced, lowered, cut, cheapened, cheap, devalued, marked down, discounted, discount
informal slashed
ANTONYMS

inflated

4‘a depressed Lancashire cotton town’

SYNONYMS
poverty-stricken, poor, destitute, disadvantaged, deprived, needy, distressed
down at heel, run down, seedy, shabby
informal slummy
ANTONYMS

prosperous

5‘a depressed fracture of the skull’

SYNONYMS
sunken, hollow, concave, indented, dented, pushed in, caved in, recessed, set back
rare incurved, incurvate
ANTONYMS

raised