"The president is going through a depressive phase due to his tireless work for the nation," she told them.
He doesn't charm anyone, is prone to indecision about his personal life, and has depressive tendencies.
She says one of her depressive swings left her suicidal during her freshman year.
Every two weeks he would visit patients suffering the gamut of depressive disorders.
This was the first triumphant conclusion, but afterward came reaction and a depressive doubt.
In no case is the action of a stimulant followed by a depressive reaction.
Kraepelin treats stupors occurring in manic-depressive insanity as falling into two groups, the depressive and manic.
Surely Callista Blake was not what his brother Jack would call a depressive type, if that word was still favored in the jargon.
As a matter of fact, it is extremely susceptible to mental influence, stimulant or depressive, and to emotions of all kinds.
depressive memories or ideas have associated with them a depressing and disintegrating emotional quality.
depressive de·pres·sive (dĭ-prěs'ĭv)
Tending to depress or lower.
Of or relating to psychological depression.