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
The men in their thirties and forties who are single are so depressing!
Has there ever been a more depressing time in the industry?
John Travolta in his prime plays Tony Manero, a working-class Brooklyn boy who hits the dance floor to escape his depressing life.
Because of his political influence, what Sanders said to and about Vought in their contentious exchange is frightening and depressing to people of faith.
The Nissan’s homely styling carries over, the interior remains a depressing haven of cheap plastics and parts-bin pieces, and its dynamic abilities are no better than before.
That final would have been our last game to play together, which would have been really sad and depressing.
There is depressing news concerning Jerry Remy, the Red Sox television analyst for three decades.
As coach of the Predators, Keefe felt his mission in those depressing days and weeks following the worst mass shooting in U.S. history was to try to bring just a little bit of joy back to our grief-stricken community.
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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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