Dejection synonyms

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Despondency is defined as a state of feeling hopeless or dejected.
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That which produces such suffering; trouble, loss, affliction, etc.
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Great sadness or depression, especially of a thoughtful or introspective nature.
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A mood disorder characterized usually by anhedonia, extreme sadness, poor concentration, sleep problems, loss of appetite, and feelings of guilt, helplessness, and hopelessness.
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A source or cause of deep mental anguish:
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(Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
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Loss of hope
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A musical form, African-American in origin, generally featuring an eight-bar or twelve-bar structure and using the blues scale.
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The state of being downcast or despondent.
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A part of the ocean near the equator, abounding in calms, squalls, and light, baffling winds, which sometimes prevent all progress for weeks – so called by sailors
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The characteristic of being doleful; sadness.
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The characteristic of being downhearted; sadness.
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Plural form of dump
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A state of feeling unwell or unhappy; a feeling of emotional and mental discomfort and suffering from restlessness, malaise, depression or anxiety.
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A state of severe depression.
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Gloom is defined as darkness or a dark and gloomy place, or it is defined as a state of being depressed and in a bad mood.
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The emotion of being glum.
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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A dull, spiritless person.
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The property of being mournful.
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The feeling of not being happy
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Plural form of feeling
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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Alternative spelling of fecal matter.
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Waste matter eliminated from the intestinal tract.
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British standard spelling of feces.
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Black metal
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A toilet seat; a commode.
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Something morally offensive; filth.
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That which is voided; excrement.
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Find another word for dejection. In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for dejection, like: despondency, sorrow, melancholy, depression, grief, sadness, despair, blues, despondence, doldrums and dolefulness.