In both countries the salt-lakes occupy shallow depressions
in the plains; in both the mud on the borders is black and fetid; beneath the crust of common salt, sulphate of soda or of magnesium occurs, imperfectly crystallized; and in both, the muddy sand is mixed with lentils of gypsum.
A man, I knew, can live through ages of mental depression in that time.
Have you forgotten what comes after the depression ?
Nothing in life seemed to him of much importance, and under the influence of the depression
that possessed him he valued neither his liberty nor his resolution to punish his wife.
From exultation she had passed to the depths of depression
which the imagination of her death aroused.
For a moment they scanned the little depression
from behind sheltering bowlders, but when they had satisfied themselves that it was empty they advanced across it.
Was he in any way answerable for the depression
of spirits to which she alluded?
An indescribable sense of depression
and discomfort kept him waking through darkness and daylight alike.
It is not much of a gulch--a mere depression
between two wooded ridges of inconsiderable height.
You will understand how he feels, in his present state of nervous depression
, when I tell you that I should never have ventured on asking you to join him here, if your letter had not informed me that your visits to Dexter were at an end.
Happening to meet Shtcherbatsky, Kitty's cousin, in the railway train, Levin greatly astonished him by his depression
Bar said, there was a certain point of mental strain beyond which no man could go; that the point varied with various textures of brain and peculiarities of constitution, as he had had occasion to notice in several of his learned brothers; but the point of endurance passed by a line's breadth, depression
and dyspepsia ensued.