Synonyms and related words:
BM, Schmerz, Slough of Despond, abstraction, abulia, alienation, anxiety, anxiety equivalent, anxiety state, apathy, blank despondency, bloody flux, blues, bouderie, bowel movement, catatonic stupor, catharsis, compulsion, crap, death wish, defecation, dejecta, dejectedness, dejecture, depression, despair, desperation, despondency, despondentness, detachment, diarrhea, discharge, discouragement, disheartenment, dispiritedness, down trip, downcastness, downer, downheartedness, drooping spirits, dumpishness, dysentery, effluent, egesta, ejecta, ejectamenta, ejection, elation, emotionalism, euphoria, evacuation, excrement, excreta, excretes, extravasate, extravasation, exudate, exudation, flux, folie du doute, glumness, grimness, grumness, heartlessness, hopelessness, hypochondria, hysteria, hysterics, indifference, insensibility, lethargy, lientery, loose bowels, low spirits, lowness, lowness of spirit, malaise, mania, melancholia, melancholy, mental distress, moodiness, moodishness, mopishness, moroseness, movement, obsession, oppression, pathological indecisiveness, pessimism, preoccupation, psychalgia, psychomotor disturbance, purgation, purge, runs, self-destructive urge, shit, shits, sinking heart, spiritlessness, stool, stupor, suicidal despair, sulkiness, sullenness, surliness, taedium vitae, tic, transudate, transudation, trots, turistas, twitching, unresponsiveness, voidance, waste, waste matter, weariness of life, withdrawal

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  • déjection — [ deʒɛksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1538; lat. méd. dejectio « action de jeter dehors » 1 ♦ Méd. Évacuation des matières fécales par l intestin. Plur. (Plus cour.) Les matières évacuées. ⇒ excrément. Le guano est formé de déjections d oiseaux. 2 ♦ Géol.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Dejection — De*jec tion, n. [L. dejectio a casting down: cf. F. d[ e]jection.] 1. A casting down; depression. [Obs. or Archaic] Hallywell. [1913 Webster] 2. The act of humbling or abasing one s self. [1913 Webster] Adoration implies submission and dejection …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dejection — early 15c., from O.Fr. dejection abjection, depravity; casting down and directly from L. dejectionem (nom. dejectio), noun of action from pp. stem of dejicere to cast down (see DEJECT (Cf. deject)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Dejection — (v. lat.), Ausstoßung; 1) (Med.), Durchfall; daher Dejectorium, Abführungsmittel; 2) (Rechtsw.), Ausstoßung, die gewaltsame Entsetzung aus dem Besitz …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Dejection — Dejection, lat., in der Medicin: Durchfall; in der Rechtssprache: Verstoßung, Entsetzung; dejiciren, ausstoßen, vertreiben …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • dejection — index depression, dissatisfaction, pessimism, prostration Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • déjection — DÉJECTION. sub. fém. Terme de Médecine. Les excrémens, les selles d un malade. Les déjections marquent que sa maladie sera longue …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • dejection — depression, melancholy, melancholia, gloom, *sadness, blues, dumps Analogous words: despondency, hopelessness, forlornness, despair, desperation (see under DESPONDENT) Antonyms: exhilaration …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dejection — Dejection. s. f. v. Terme de Medecine, les excremens, les selles d un malade. Ses decoctions marquent que sa maladie sera longue …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • dejection — ► NOUN ▪ sadness or low sprits. ORIGIN Latin, from deicere throw down …   English terms dictionary

  • dejection — [dē jek′shən, dijek΄shən] n. [ME dejeccioun < L dejectio: see DEJECT] 1. lowness of spirits; depression 2. Med. a) defecation b) feces; excrement …   English World dictionary

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