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  • 101effete — Synonyms and related words: ablated, all in, anemic, arid, asthenic, ausgespielt, barren, blah, blank, bleary, bloodless, bootless, burned out, burnt up, characterless, chicken, cold, colorless, coming apart, consumed, counterproductive, cowardly …

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  • 102melancholy — Synonyms and related words: absorption, abstraction, aching heart, agony, agony of mind, anguish, atrabiliar, atrabilious, bale, beetle browed, bitterness, black, black browed, blase, bleeding heart, blue, blues, boredness, boredom, bouderie,… …

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  • 103slow — Synonyms and related words: Boeotian, Micawberish, after time, almost unheard of, ambling, apathetic, arid, arrest, arrested, averse, back, backpedal, backward, backwater, balking, balky, barren, behind, behind the times, behind time, behindhand …

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  • 104superficial — Synonyms and related words: 3 D, airy, amateur, amateurish, ankle deep, apparent, appearing, arid, asinine, barren, birdbrained, birdwitted, blah, blank, bloodless, catchpenny, characterless, cold, colorless, conventionalized, cortical, cosmetic …

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  • 105tasteless — Synonyms and related words: Doric, arid, barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, barren, base, blah, bland, blank, bloodless, boorish, cacophonous, changeable, characterless, cheap, chintzy, clumsy, coarse, cold, colorless, crude, dead, dilute, diluted,… …

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  • 106unhappy — Synonyms and related words: Sad, against, anguished, anxious, awkward, bad, badly off, beefing, bellyaching, bitching, black, bleak, blue, bored, bumbling, cheerless, clumsy, complaining, complaintful, con, crabbing, crabby, cranky, crestfallen,… …

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  • 107mope — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. brood, fret, sulk, pout. See dejection, irascibility. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. be low spirited, fret, pine away, grieve, despond, droop, sink, lose heart, brood, pine, yearn, repine, despair,… …

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  • 108blues — as a music form featuring flatted thirds and sevenths, possibly c.1895 (though officially 1912, in W.C. Handy s Memphis Blues ); meaning depression, low spirits goes back to 1741, from adjectival BLUE (Cf. blue) low spirited, late 14c …

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  • 109cast down — Dejected, depressed, discouraged, melancholy, sad, downcast, disheartened, chap fallen, downhearted, desponding, despondent, blue, dispirited, low spirited, in low spirits …

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  • 110chapfallen — a. [Sometimes spelled Chopfallen.] Dejected, dispirited, depressed, discouraged, melancholy, sad, downcast, cast down, disheartened, downhearted, desponding, despondent, blue, crestfallen, low spirited, in low spirits …

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  • 111crestfallen — a. Discouraged, disheartened, dispirited, depressed, dejected, desponding, chap fallen, melancholy, sad, down hearted, downcast, cast down, low spirited, in low spirits …

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  • 112despondent — a. Dispirited, disheartened, discouraged, dejected, depressed, low spirited, in low spirits. See melancholy, a …

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  • 113heavy — a. 1. Weighty (with reference to one s strength), ponderous, hard or difficult to lift. 2. Oppressive, grievous, severe, burdensome, cumbersome, afflictive. 3. Dull, sluggish, inert, inactive, dilatory, stupid, torpid, indolent, slow, lifeless,… …

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  • 114hipped — a.; (also hippish) (Colloq.) Melancholy, hypochondriacal, blue, dejected, depressed, low spirited, in low spirits …

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  • 115melancholy — I. n. Dejection, depression, gloominess, sadness, gloom, despondency, hypochondria, blues, blue devils, dumps, vapors, low spirits, depression of spirits. II. a. 1. Dejected, dispirited, depressed, sad, sorrowful, unhappy, disconsolate, doleful,… …

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  • 116subdued — adjective 1) Lewis s subdued air Syn: somber, low spirited, downcast, sad, dejected, depressed, gloomy, despondent, dispirited, disheartened, forlorn, woebegone; withdrawn, preoccupied; informal down in/at the mouth, down in the dumps, in the… …

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  • 117sullen — sullen, *glum, morose, surly, sulky, crabbed, saturnine, dour, gloomy can mean governed by or showing, especially in one s aspect, a forbidding or disagreeable mood or disposition. One is sullen who is, often by disposition, gloomy, silent, and… …

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  • 118melancholy — n 1. despondency, dejection, depression, mopishness, Psychiatry. hypochondria; gloominess, Psychiatry. melancholia, misery, miserableness, wretchedness, distress, broken heartedness; grief, sadness, Fr. tristesse. sorrow, dolor, anguish; doldrums …

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  • 119dejected — [adj] depressed, blue abject, all torn up*, atrabilious, black, bleak, broody, bummed out*, cast down, cheerless, clouded, crestfallen, dampened, dashed, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, disheartened, dismal, dispirited, doleful, down,… …

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  • 120downcast — [adj] depressed, unhappy bad, blue, brooding, bummed out*, cast down, chapfallen, cheerless, crestfallen, daunted, dejected, despondent, disappointed, disconsolate, discouraged, disheartened, dismayed, dispirited, distressed, doleful, down,… …

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