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Depression Noun Synonyms
recession, slump, (economic) decline, downturn, bust
The analysts are unable to predict accurately either booms or depressions.

dejection, despair, gloom, downheartedness, sadness, melancholy, discouragement, despondency, gloominess, glumness, the blues, unhappiness, the dumps
A general feeling of depression came over us at the doctor's words.

Depression Verb Synonyms
indentation, dent, dimple, impression, pit, hollow, recess, cavity, concavity, dip
When the box fell, its corner left a small depression in the top of the metal cabinet.

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Cone Of Depression

Science / Geology / Cone Of Depression: A cone-shaped lowering of the water table around a producing well. MORE

Tropical Depression

Science / Weather / Tropical Depression: A tropical cyclone in which the maximum sustained surface winds are 38 miles per hour (33 knots) or less. Characteristically having one or more closed isobars, it may form slowly from a tropical distu MORE

Wet Bulb Depression

Science / Weather / Wet Bulb Depression: Dependent on the temperature and the humidity of the air, it is the difference between the dry bulb and the wet bulb readings. MORE

Freezing Point Depression

Science / Chemistry / Freezing Point Depression: The freezing point of a solution is always lower than the freezing point of the pure solvent. The freezing point depression is roughly proportional to the molality of solute particles in the solution. MORE

HAM-D

Science / Psychiatry / HAM-D: Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression – an assessment tool to determine presence and severity of depression. MORE

Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) Of 1933

Business / Agriculture / Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) Of 1933: P.L. 73-10 (May 12, 1933) was the New Deal initiative to assist the farm sector during the Great Depression. This was the first comprehensive effort to raise and stabilize farm prices and income. The MORE