Examples of depressing in a Sentence
This rainy weather is depressing.
He paints a depressing picture of modern life.
Recent Examples of depressing from the Web
In fact, the talk was being held in the spacious basement of the Javits Center, a metaphor so depressing, or perhaps so obvious, that no one mentioned it.
America the Hero had become America the Villain, and the images of atrocities pouring in from the front lines put the blood on our hands—a massive and depressing reversal from our identity as liberators in WWII.
Depressing investment climate aside, however, there are still a few companies willing to brave it out next week, in industries ranging from telecommunications to biotech.
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First Known Use of depressing
DEPRESSING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of depressing for English Language Learners
: causing someone to feel sad or without hope : causing depression
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