Bright and Depressing
Opposite meaning words
Bright adjective - Having qualities which inspire hope.
Usage example: predicted a bright future for the young math whiz
Depressing adjective - Causing or marked by an atmosphere lacking in cheer.
Usage example: the depressing atmosphere of the funeral
Both words in one sentence
- All of Warhammer 40k is a depressing example, but the Dark Heresy tabletop game places one single bright point within it.
Source: Hope Springs Eternal
- Mood Whiplash: At the end of an occasional show, the mood will suddenly change from bright and bubbly to downright depressing.
- Fueguchi is killed by Kureo Mado, with the skies going from bright but rainy to dreary and depressing as the event unfolds.
Source: Manga / Tokyo Ghoul
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