Synonyms and related words:
Schmerz, Slough of Despond, abjectness, abominableness, atrociousness, baseness, bassness, beggarliness, blank despondency, brevity, briefness, commonness, commonplaceness, compactness, compendiousness, conciseness, contemptibility, contemptibleness, crumminess, curtness, death wish, debasement, decrescendo, deepness, degradation, dejectedness, dejection, depravity, depression, despair, despicableness, despondency, despondentness, dimness, discouragement, disheartenment, dispiritedness, down trip, downcastness, downer, downheartedness, drooping spirits, enormity, execrableness, faintness, feebleness, flatness, foulness, fullness, fulsomeness, gentleness, grossness, heartlessness, heinousness, hollowness, homeliness, hopelessness, ignobility, indistinctness, instantaneousness, littleness, low spirits, lowness of spirit, malaise, meanness, mellowness, miserableness, monstrousness, nefariousness, obnoxiousness, odiousness, oppression, ordinariness, paltriness, pessimism, pettiness, plangency, plebeianism, pokiness, poorness, rankness, resonance, richness, scabbiness, scrubbiness, scruffiness, scumminess, scurviness, self-destructive urge, shabbiness, shoddiness, short time, shortness, sinking heart, smallness, softness, sonority, sonorousness, spiritlessness, squalor, subaudibility, subduedness, succinctness, suicidal despair, summariness, taedium vitae, transience, unclearness, vibrancy, vileness, weakness, weariness of life, wretchedness

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