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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of depress.

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Examples

  • And according to actual political analysts, rain depresses Democratic turnout far more than Republican turnout.

    Who's Carl This Time?

  • I'll admit, Bones is one of my favorite shows, and it really kind of depresses me that it's being used like this.

    Special Episode of Bones To Be Heavy With Avatar Product Placement | /Film

  • Mothers 'Day just kind of depresses me since my mom died unexpectedly several years ago.

    Kerry Trueman: Got Mom?

  • They also spend a lot of time talking about Tom Petty's role as Lucky, which kind of depresses me because I still think that's the biggest mis-step the show took in recent years.

    KotH Protest Too Much

  • MERRITT: But when you're here and you see construction and you see trailers and you see school zones, but they're not on because the school is not open anymore, that kind of depresses you and you want to get out of that.

    CNN Transcript Feb 17, 2007

  • MERRITT: But when you're here and you see construction and you see trailers and you see school zones, but they're not on because the school is not open anymore, that's kind of depresses you and you want to get out of that.

    CNN Transcript Feb 17, 2007

  • MERRITT: But when you're here and you see construction and you see trailers and you see school zones but they're not on because the schools are not open anymore, that kind of depresses you.

    CNN Transcript Feb 17, 2007

  • That kind of depresses me because I practiced hard and I got a good part.

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  • But it still kind of depresses me, especially coming off of the depressing couple of weeks I just had.

    elfpvke Diary Entry

  • I told myself that I probably wasn't going to come out of it alive just because, you know, from day to day if you say you're going to be next week or, you know, from day to day if they say, you're going to be rescued next week or the next day and it doesn't come, that kind of depresses you.

    CNN Transcript Jun 19, 2006

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