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pridev

1. atrabilarian

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2. atrabilarious

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3. atrabilary

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4. atrabiliar

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5. atrabiliary

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6. atrabilious

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Sinonimi: bilious | dyspeptic | liverish

Irritable as if suffering from indigestion; SYN. bilious, dyspeptic, liverish.
Melancholy; splenetic; acrimonious
Very melancholic; hypochondriac.

7. chapfallen

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Sinonimi: chopfallen | crestfallen | deflated

Brought low in spirit; SYN. chopfallen, crestfallen, deflated. Chap-fallen.

8. chopfallen

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1. Having the lower jaw hanging loosely
2. Cast down in spirit; depressed. chop-fallen

9. crestfallen

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With hanging head; hence, dispirited; dejected; cowed. crest-fallen

10. damp

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Sinonimi: dampish | moist

Slightly wet; SYN. dampish, moist.

11. dejected

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Affected or marked by low spirits.

12. depressed

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Sinonimi: down | indented

1. Lower than previously; SYN. down.
2. Having the central portion lower than the margin; SYN. indented.
3. (Biology) Flattened downward as if pressed from above or flattened along the dorsal and ventral surfaces.

13. dispirited

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Sinonimi: listless

Marked by low spirits; showing no enthusiasm; SYN. listless.

14. down

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Sinonimi: downward | down pat | mastered

ETYM See Down (adv.).
1. Being or moving lower in position or less in some value.
2. Extending or moving from a higher to a lower place; SYN. downward.
3. Not functioning.
4. (Used of computers) Temporarily not operating.
5. Out.
6. Shut.
7. The fractional price paid in cash at time of purchase.
8. Understood perfectly; SYN. down pat, mastered.

15. down in the mouth

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Dejected, sulky.

16. downcast

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Directed downward.

17. downhearted

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Sinonimi:

Downcast, dejected. SYN. down-hearted

18. dysthymic

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19. melancholic

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ETYM Latin melancholicus, Greek melas, -anos black + chole gall, bile.: cf. French mélancholique.
Given to melancholy; depressed; melancholy; unhappy.

20. mopish

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21. morbid

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ETYM Latin morbidus, from morbus disease; prob. akin to mori to die: cf. French morbide, Italian morbido. Related to Mortal.
Medicine, unhealthy; diseased.
Suggesting an unhealthy mental state.

22. sullen

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ETYM Old Eng. solein, solain, lonely, sullen; through Old French from (assumed) Late Lat. solanus solitary, from Latin solus alone. Related to Sole.
1. Gloomily angry and silent; cross; sour; affected with ill humor; morose.
2. Lonely; solitary; desolate.
3. Gloomy; dismal; foreboding.

23. woebegone

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Sinonimi: woeful

Affected by or full of grief or woe; SYN. woeful.