Did you mayhaps mean antidepressant?
- n. alternative spelling of antidepressant.
“MR: By the way, never before has the word "anti-depressant" been sung so earnestly.”
“I find it curious to hear people who denounce the belief of an afterlife as a fear coping mechanism or an anti-depressant.”
“Moreover, no studies on anti-depressant medication have been conducted over a 15-year period, the number of years I have been taking Zoloft.”
“I am certain that I require anti-depressant medication.”
“Makes it sound so juicy you'll sit through some stupid ad for a new anti-depressant medicine, a pill with a catchy, metaphorical name, a commercial with cartoon characters that sigh in despair and look like something you used to see in the Village Voice.”
“I call Occupy my Xanax, my anti-depressant, my ability to sit with peers over dinner or coffee and not become morbid.”
“With Newsweek reporting that one out of three women is on anti-depressant, studies show that the shopping remains a woman's foremost cure for unhappiness.”
“It would certainly make more people eligible for anti-depressant treatment.”
“She did always have a weird belief I'm on anti-depressant medication that no one has "diseases" and that everyone has enough will power to be "normal.”
“That may well include anti-depressant or mood elevating drugs dispensed by a therapist if needed or useful.”
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