Depressed and Satisfied


Depressed adjective - Feeling unhappiness.
Usage example: I was depressed and didn't feel much like going to the party

Satisfied is an antonym for depressed in topics: discouraged, disadvantaged, concave.


Satisfied adjective - Experiencing pleasure, satisfaction, or delight.
Usage example: satisfied customers tend to come back over and over

Depressed is an antonym for satisfied in contented topic.

Nearby Words: satisfy, satisfaction, satisfying

Both words in one sentence

  • Creator / Patrick Senecal She doesn't know if she should be satisfied or depressed.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Everyone's range of expressions consists of "depressed and bored" and "infuriated", with only the occasional "grimly satisfied" or "inebriated".
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