Depresses [verb]

Definition of Depresses:

deject, make despondent; exhaust

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Sentence/Example of Depresses:

It depresses the humble sufferer from its baneful effects; it irritates the passions of the unamiable.

When the receiving instrument is on its hook its weight depresses the lever slightly.

A view of the ‘proposed new buildings,’ in the Exhibition of the Royal Academy , depresses the soul.

And then, as he depresses the Elevator, the Aeroplane with relief assumes its normal horizontal position.

That, on the top of everything else, depresses them, and they worry still more over unnecessary trifles.

Paley is simply brutal as to the way in which he depresses everything to the same level of apparent sensuality.

Local application of cold depresses or arrests the conduction.

It is not the change of circumstances, but the dread of want, that depresses me.

Aconitine depresses the heart action while the other stimulates it.

The reaction of our solitary emotions, after a social impulse of such peculiar excitement, very much disheartens and depresses us.