[ UK /dɪpɹˈɛsɪv/ ]
[ US /dɪˈpɹɛsɪv/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone suffering psychological depression
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How To Use depressive In A Sentence

  • Lower scores are associated with less depressive symptomatology whereas higher scores are associated with more depressive symptomatology.
  • Profound stupor associated with depression also responds to IV sodium amobarbital, thus permitting conversation between the patient and examiner, which often reveals depressive symptoms. The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry
  • In order for cyclothymia to be diagnosed, hypomanic symptoms and depressive symptoms must be present alternately for at least two years.
  • I have been credited with the accolade of the most compulsively depressive blog and that is not without reason.
  • Defining rigorously what constitutes a clinically significant depressive illness is problematic, regardless of the age range under consideration.
  • Objective To study the compliance application in the treatment of depressive disorder treats.
  • Osons le dire: nos arbitrages ont une forme maniaco-dépressive avec de fortes amplitudes émotionnelles pouvant conduire à la folie ou au suicide cf. Archive 2009-04-10
  • They found that less than half of those with bipolar disorder -- also known as manic-depressive illness -- received mental health treatment during their lifetimes. FOXNews.com
  • Caution: avoid in depressive illness. The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism
  • Whatever they're calling Rowena now, it's not manic-depressive! Jinx High
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