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depressed

Of or relating to a security, product, or market in which demand is weak and price continues to decline.
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With regard to M3, the Committee anticipated that the ongoing restructuring of thrift depository institutions would continue to depress its growth relative to spending and total credit.
In a new study, scientists offer a rare peek at how genetics and interactions with adults collaborate either to depress mood or to foster resilience in abused kids.
Furthermore, the complaint alleges that the defendants sought to depress the share price of the stock, such that they could take the company private at an artificially low price, by engaging in a series of actions to both frighten investors as well as reduce the reported profitability of the business.
economy might depress consumers' appetite for savings-oriented life contracts.