Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 1375

Depressing

dɪˈpres.ɪŋ

Meanings of Depressing:

adjective

Causing or resulting in a feeling of miserable dejection.

Usage examples:

That thought is too depressing for words
verb

Make (someone) feel utterly dispirited or dejected.

Usage examples:

That first day at school depressed me

Meanings of Depressingly:

adverb

In a manner that causes sadness.

Usage examples:

Mrs lynde spoke depressingly

Depression

dɪˈpreʃ.ən

Meanings of Depression:

noun

Feelings of severe despondency and dejection.

Usage examples:

Self-doubt creeps in and that swiftly turns to depression

Depressions

dɪˈpreʃ.ən

Meanings of Depressions:

noun

Feelings of severe despondency and dejection.

Usage examples:

Self-doubt creeps in and that swiftly turns to depression

Depressive

dɪˈpres.ɪv

Meanings of Depressive:

adjective

Causing feelings of severe despondency and dejection.

Usage examples:

However, persistent severe depressive moods are not part of the ‘normal’ spectrum of behaviour.
noun

A person suffering from or tending to suffer from depression.

Depressives

dɪˈpres.ɪv

Meanings of Depressives:

noun

A person suffering from or tending to suffer from depression.

adjective

Causing feelings of severe despondency and dejection.

Usage examples:

However, persistent severe depressive moods are not part of the ‘normal’ spectrum of behaviour.

Depressor

dɪˈpres.ər

Meanings of Depressor:

noun

A muscle whose contraction pulls down a part of the body.

Usage examples:

The transgenic array produces a functional gfp fusion protein that is expressed in bodywall, vulval…

Depressurize

ˌdiːˈpreʃ.ə.raɪz

Meanings of Depressurize:

verb

Release the pressure of the gas inside (a pressurized vehicle or container).

Usage examples:

O'kelly depressurized the cabin

Meanings of Deprival:

noun

The amount that a business would lose if an asset could no longer be used, for example, because it was damaged or lost. this amount is either the cost of replacing the asset, or the amount that would have been received if it had been sold.

Deprivation

ˌdep.rɪˈveɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Deprivation:

noun

The damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society.

Usage examples:

Low wages mean that 3.75 million people suffer serious deprivation

Meanings of Deprivations:

noun

The damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society.

Usage examples:

Low wages mean that 3.75 million people suffer serious deprivation

Deprive

dɪˈprʌɪv

Meanings of Deprive:

verb

Prevent (a person or place) from having or using something.

Usage examples:

The city was deprived of its water supplies

Deprived

dɪˈpraɪvd

Meanings of Deprived:

adjective

Suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic material and cultural benefits.

Usage examples:

The charity cares for destitute and deprived children
verb

Prevent (a person or place) from having or using something.

Usage examples:

The city was deprived of its water supplies

Meanings of Depriving:

verb

Prevent (a person or place) from having or using something.

Usage examples:

The city was deprived of its water supplies

Deprogram

diːˈprəʊɡram

Meanings of Deprogram:

verb

Release (someone) from apparent brainwashing, typically that of a religious cult, by the systematic reindoctrination of conventional values.

Usage examples:

Some parents managed to induce back their children and deprogramme them from the cult

Deprogrammed

diːˈprəʊɡram

Meanings of Deprogrammed:

verb

Release (someone) from apparent brainwashing, typically that of a religious cult, by the systematic reindoctrination of conventional values.

Usage examples:

Some parents managed to induce back their children and deprogramme them from the cult

Meanings of Deprogramming:

verb

Release (someone) from apparent brainwashing, typically that of a religious cult, by the systematic reindoctrination of conventional values.

Usage examples:

Some parents managed to induce back their children and deprogramme them from the cult

Deprograms

diːˈprəʊɡram

Meanings of Deprograms:

verb

Release (someone) from apparent brainwashing, typically that of a religious cult, by the systematic reindoctrination of conventional values.

Usage examples:

Some parents managed to induce back their children and deprogramme them from the cult

Meanings of Dept:

abbreviation

Department.

Depth

depθ

Meanings of Depth:

noun

The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something.

Usage examples:

Water of no more than 12 feet in depth

Meanings of Depthless:

adjective

Too deep to be measured.

Usage examples:

A depthless gorge

Meanings of Depths:

noun

The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something.

Usage examples:

Water of no more than 12 feet in depth
phrase

The lowest part of the sea

Usage examples:

The ship sank slowly to the depths of the ocean., these researchers were unafraid of exploring the …

Depurate

dɪˈpjʊəreɪt

Meanings of Depurate:

verb

Make or become free of impurities.

Usage examples:

Shellfish had to be depurated

Depurated

dɪˈpjʊəreɪt

Meanings of Depurated:

verb

Make or become free of impurities.

Usage examples:

Shellfish had to be depurated

Depurates

dɪˈpjʊəreɪt

Meanings of Depurates:

verb

Make or become free of impurities.

Usage examples:

Shellfish had to be depurated

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Random words from our English dictionary

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.