Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not pressed down; not lowered; not sunk below the surface.
- Not depressed, dejected, or cast down.
“The writing enterprise seemed to me self-evidently a desperate one, and though my mother and I - both only children – had been desperate enough to undertake it, I thought my children, raised in a gentler, undepressed, gregarious world, would seek out less chancy and more orthodox professions.”
“A species of blank interval, a nod or fugue in which he was neither depressed nor undepressed, not struggling to finish a thought nor to begin one.”
“As I related, that argument began to fail when word leaked out that, in clinical trials that Pfizer withheld from the FDA and again in a test by David Healy, undepressed patients experienced the same symptoms that had been blamed on depression.”
“The Democratic Win has made me "greatly undepressed.”
“Sunday, I was so undepressed that I willingly went on a 3.5 hour hike up a bunch of mountain peaks with Linda and her co-worker.”
“Ian Curtis, the lead singer of Joy Division committed suicide early on; it would have been good to hear his voice undepressed.”
“In the meantime, try to stay dry and undepressed, Pacific Northwesterners, and keep up the good work!”
“His stature was tall, and his gait, undepressed by age and toil, was erect and stately.”
“Wouldn't it be nice if you could snap your fingers and be undepressed?”
“So you can actually have lapses of, you know, complete sort of normal undepressed behavior in between.”
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