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An atmosphere of melancholy or depression:
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  1. An atmosphere of melancholy or depression:
  2. A partially or totally dark place, area, or location.
  3. A state of melancholy or depression; despondency.
(Informal) Something extremely unsightly, alarming, or strange:
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  1. (Informal) Something extremely unsightly, alarming, or strange:
  2. Sudden intense fear, as of something immediately threatening.
  3. Sudden fear or terror; alarm
A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
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  1. A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
  2. The sounding mechanism of an alarm clock:
  3. The bell, buzzer, etc. of an alarm clock
A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
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  1. A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
  2. A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
  3. A sudden widespread alarm concerning finances, often resulting in a rush to sell property to raise cash.
A state of melancholy or depression; despondency.
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  1. A state of melancholy or depression; despondency.
  2. An atmosphere of melancholy or depression:
  3. Darkness; dimness; obscurity
Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
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  1. Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
  2. A feeling of depression or disheartenment.
Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.
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  1. Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.
  2. Lowness of spirits; depression
  3. The state of being dejected; low spirits.
Nervous depression
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Ignoble fear in the face of danger or pain.
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  1. Ignoble fear in the face of danger or pain.
  2. Lack of courage.
  3. Lack of courage; esp., shamefully excessive fear of danger, difficulty, or suffering
A cowardly action.
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  1. A cowardly action.
  2. The characteristic of being cowardly.
The state of being craven
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The state or quality of being dastardly.
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  1. The state or quality of being dastardly.
The quality or state of being fainthearted.
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The state or quality of being pusillanimous; cowardice.
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  1. The state or quality of being pusillanimous; cowardice.
The state or condition of being gutless; cowardice.
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  1. The state or condition of being gutless; cowardice.
The state or quality of being yellow.
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  1. The state or quality of being yellow.
A tendency to be cowardly, craven, etc.
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  1. A tendency to be cowardly, craven, etc.
(Archaic) Great fright or terror, or a cause of terror
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  1. (Archaic) Great fright or terror, or a cause of terror
  2. A cause of terror.
A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
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  1. A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
  2. The sounding mechanism of an alarm clock:
  3. The bell, buzzer, etc. of an alarm clock
The ability to apprehend or understand; understanding.
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  1. The ability to apprehend or understand; understanding.
  2. Fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread.
  3. An anxious feeling of foreboding; dread
A source of fear, awe, or reverence:
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  1. A source of fear, awe, or reverence:
  2. Fear mixed with awe or reverence
  3. Profound fear; terror:
A cause for fear; possibility; chance
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  1. A cause for fear; possibility; chance
  2. A state or condition marked by this feeling:
  3. A feeling of anxiety and agitation caused by the presence or nearness of danger, evil, pain, etc.; timidity; dread; terror; fright; apprehension
The quality of being fearful
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(Informal) Something extremely unsightly, alarming, or strange:
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  1. (Informal) Something extremely unsightly, alarming, or strange:
  2. Sudden intense fear, as of something immediately threatening.
  3. Sudden fear or terror; alarm
A genre of fiction or other artistic work evoking suspense and horror, especially through the depiction of gruesome or supernatural elements.
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  1. A genre of fiction or other artistic work evoking suspense and horror, especially through the depiction of gruesome or supernatural elements.
  2. The strong feeling caused by something frightful or shocking; shuddering fear and disgust; terror and repugnance
  3. An intense, painful feeling of repugnance and fear.
A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
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  1. A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
  2. A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
  3. A sudden widespread alarm concerning finances, often resulting in a rush to sell property to raise cash.
One that instills intense fear:
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  1. One that instills intense fear:
  2. (Informal) An annoying person or thing, especially an ill-mannered or disruptive child.
  3. Intense, overpowering fear.
A state of alarm or dread; apprehension.
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  1. A state of alarm or dread; apprehension.
  2. (Archaic) Tremulous or trembling movement; quaking; tremor
  3. Fearful uncertainty, anxiety, etc.; apprehension
Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
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  1. Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
The form of jazz and popular music that evolved from this
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  1. The form of jazz and popular music that evolved from this
  2. A style of music that evolved from southern African-American secular songs and is usually distinguished by a strong 4/4 rhythm, flatted thirds and sevenths, a 12-bar structure, and lyrics in a three-line stanza in which the second line repeats the first:
  3. A state of depression or melancholy. Often used with the.
Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.
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  1. Evacuation of the intestinal tract; defecation.
  2. The state of being dejected; low spirits.
  3. Lowness of spirits; depression
A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
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  1. A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
  2. A mood disorder characterized by persistent sadness or inability to experience pleasure combined with other symptoms including poor concentration, indecisiveness, sleep problems, changes in appetite, and feelings of guilt, helplessness, and hopelessness.
  3. A reduction in physiological vigor or activity:
Despondency.
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  1. Despondency.
  2. The state of being downcast or despondent.
Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
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  1. Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
  2. A feeling of depression or disheartenment.
Equatorial ocean regions noted for dead calms and light fluctuating breezes
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  1. Equatorial ocean regions noted for dead calms and light fluctuating breezes
  2. A period of depression or unhappy listlessness.
  3. A region of the globe found over the oceans near the equator in the intertropical convergence zone and having weather characterized variously by calm air, light winds, or squalls and thunderstorms. Hurricanes originate in this region.
The characteristic of being doleful; sadness.
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  1. The characteristic of being doleful; sadness.
The characteristic of being downhearted; sadness.
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Plural form of dump
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  1. Plural form of dump
  2. A gloomy, melancholy state of mind; depression. Often used with the :
(Psychol.) A generalized feeling of ill-being; esp., an abnormal feeling of anxiety, discontent, physical discomfort, etc.
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  1. (Psychol.) A generalized feeling of ill-being; esp., an abnormal feeling of anxiety, discontent, physical discomfort, etc.
  2. A state of feeling unwell or unhappy; a feeling of emotional and mental discomfort and suffering from restlessness, malaise, depression or anxiety.
The emotion of being glum.
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  1. The emotion of being glum.
The condition of having, or the disorder supposed to result from having, too much black bile
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  1. The condition of having, or the disorder supposed to result from having, too much black bile
  2. (Obs.) Black bile: in medieval times considered to be one of the four humors of the body, to come from the spleen or kidneys, and to cause gloominess, irritability, or depression
  3. Sadness or depression of the spirits; gloom.
Low spirits
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  1. Low spirits
  2. A person given to gloomy or dejected moods.
  3. Low spirits; the blues. Often used with the.
The property of being mournful.
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(Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
  2. (Countable) An event in one's life that causes sadness.
The feeling of not being happy
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  1. The feeling of not being happy
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  1. A surname​.
  2. One who shows ignoble fear in the face of danger or pain.
A thorough coward
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  1. A thorough coward
  2. A coward.
A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
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  1. A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
  2. A malicious coward; a dishonorable sneak.
  3. A sneaking, malicious coward.
  1. An ignoble or total coward; a dastard; a mean-spirited wretch.
  2. An utter coward.
  3. A thorough coward; craven
A common gallinaceous farm bird (Gallus domesticus) raised for its edible eggs or flesh; hen or rooster, esp. a young one: classed in a family (Phasianidae) that includes pheasants, quail, and peafowl
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  1. A common gallinaceous farm bird (Gallus domesticus) raised for its edible eggs or flesh; hen or rooster, esp. a young one: classed in a family (Phasianidae) that includes pheasants, quail, and peafowl
  2. A common domesticated fowl (Gallus domesticus) widely raised for meat and eggs and believed to be descended from the jungle fowl G. gallus.
  3. The flesh of the chicken, used as food.
(Slang) A contemptible coward
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  1. (Slang) A contemptible coward
  2. Alternative spelling of yellowbelly.
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