1. Causing especially emotional depression.
2. Dismal; dreary: a week of rainy, depressing weather.
1. To lower in spirits; deject.
2. a. To cause to drop or sink; lower: The drought depressed the water level in the reservoirs.
b. To press down: Depress the space bar on a typewriter.
3. To lessen the activity or force of; weaken: feared that rising inflation would further depress the economy.
4. To lower prices in a financial market
1. Greatly pleasing
1. Great pleasure; joy.
2. Something that gives great pleasure or enjoyment.