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Frightened vs Depressed - What's the difference?

frightened | depressed |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and depressed

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

As verbs the difference between frightened and depressed

is that frightened is (frighten) while depressed is (depress).

High vs Depressed - What's the difference?

high | depressed |


As adjectives the difference between high and depressed

is that high is elevated in position or status; above many things while depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

As verbs the difference between high and depressed

is that high is (obsolete) to rise or high can be to hie; to hasten while depressed is (depress).

As a noun high

is (obsolete) thought; intention; determination; purpose or high can be a period of euphoria, from excitement or from an intake of drugs.

As an adverb high

is in or to an elevated position.

Depressed vs Depressed - What's the difference?

depressed | depressed |


In en-past of|depress terms the difference between depressed and depressed

is that depressed is (depress) while depressed is (depress).

As verbs the difference between depressed and depressed

is that depressed is (depress) while depressed is (depress).

As adjectives the difference between depressed and depressed

is that depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent while depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

Depressed vs Nervous - What's the difference?

depressed | nervous |


As adjectives the difference between depressed and nervous

is that depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent while nervous is (obscure) of a piece of writing: forceful, powerful.

As a verb depressed

is (depress).

Depressed vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

depressed | frustrate |


As verbs the difference between depressed and frustrate

is that depressed is (depress) while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As adjectives the difference between depressed and frustrate

is that depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent while frustrate is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Repressive vs Depressed - What's the difference?

repressive | depressed |


As adjectives the difference between repressive and depressed

is that repressive is while depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

As a verb depressed is

(depress).

Depressed vs Sadness - What's the difference?

depressed | sadness |


As a verb depressed

is (depress).

As an adjective depressed

is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

As a noun sadness is

(uncountable) the state or emotion of being sad.

Sombre vs Depressed - What's the difference?

sombre | depressed |


As verbs the difference between sombre and depressed

is that sombre is while depressed is (depress).

As an adjective depressed is

unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

Grudge vs Depressed - What's the difference?

grudge | depressed |


As verbs the difference between grudge and depressed

is that grudge is (obsolete) to grumble, complain; to be dissatisfied while depressed is (depress).

As a noun grudge

is (countable) deep-seated animosity or ill-feeling about something or someone.

As an adjective depressed is

unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent.

Depressed vs Dysthymic - What's the difference?

depressed | dysthymic |


As adjectives the difference between depressed and dysthymic

is that depressed is unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent while dysthymic is of or pertaining to dysthymia .

As a verb depressed

is (depress).

As a noun dysthymic is

a person diagnosed with dysthymia , or dysthymic depression.

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