Saturday, September 15, 2012

is it very depressed

is it very depressed

watching entire series of startrek back to back episodes....1 to 2 seasons a day....a years worth...while laying in bed....on my left side till my hip joint hurts then on my back with knees and back propped up ... the later simulates my awake period....(i just assumed my up position...took my "be consious" pills 30 minuets ago)...ive been eating sparingly but good.  some but not enough water....taking 50 or so steps a day.....dont wanna do nothing but sleep and dream

disconsolate  [dis-kon-suh-lit]  depressed, unhappy, bad, black, blue, cheerless, cold, comfortless, crestfallen, crushed, dark, dejected, desolate, despairing, destroyed, dispirited, distressed, doleful, down, downcast, downhearted, dreary, forlorn, gloomy, grief-stricken, heartbroken, hopeless, hurting, in pain, in the pits, inconsolable, low, melancholy, miserable, ripped, sad, somber, sorrowful, torn-up, woebegone, woeful, wretched

depressed  [dih-prest]  discouraged, bad, bleeding, blue*, bummed out, cast-down, crestfallen, crummy, dejected, despondent, destroyed, disconsolate, dispirited, down, down and out, down in the dumps, down in the mouth, downcast, downhearted, dragged, fed up*, glum, grim, hurting, in a blue funk, in pain, in the dumps, in the pits, in the toilet, let down, low, low-down, low-spirited, lugubrious, melancholy, moody, morose, on a downer, pessimistic, ripped, sad, sob story, spiritless, taken down, torn up, unhappy, weeping, woebegone

Example Sentences:
    But what they don't tell you is the farmer became so depressed that he eventually took his own life.
    Officers who screened positive for those disorders were also more likely to be burnt out, depressed, or have an anxiety disorder.
    The clients are usually guilty of heinous murders, and almost always come from brutally depressed and violent backgrounds.
    Fruit flies respond to caffeine by staying awake longer and to antihistamines by going to sleep earlier.

    disconsolate (adj.)
    c.1400, from M.L. disconsolatus "comfortless," from L. dis- "away" (see dis-) + consolatus, pp. of consolari (see console (v.)). Related: Disconsolately.

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