undepressed

undepressed

(ˌʌndɪˈprɛst)
adj
not despondent or sunken
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His stature was tall, and his gait, undepressed by age and toil, was erect and stately.
(Incidentally, Egan may have considered the link formed by the fact that the Irish-born author Katharine Tynan [1861-1931] was both a close associate of Yeats and Joyce, who loom large in Egan's book, and a friend of Hopkins's, too obvious to deserve commenting on.) The spirit of Egan's book--that Hopkins's optimistic, witty side has been critically and biographically undepressed, if not overlooked--bears some comparison with Joseph J.
It can make them undepressed. It can bring them health.
In these ribbons, the undepressed peak of Nd at 2[theta] = 30.59[degrees] reveals that the added [Fe.sub.65][Co.sub.35] did not react with the excess of Nd.
He pulls into the parking lot shortly after midnight to receive the usual rap show assemblage (undepressed females, over-posturing males) milling about a crowded and awkwardly arranged spread of cars, many of which outshine the drab exterior of the venue by a considerable margin.
Diagnosis.--This species can be easily distinguished from the other Taira species by the indistinct RTA, the peaky interior branch of the DTA, the undepressed exterior branch of the DTA, the presence of the embolic process and two tegular processes of the male palp.
During her Jazz Fest set--the result of her first invitation to perform since she and husband Harry Shearer made the Crescent City their part-time home in the late '90s--Owen flipped her long red hair mock-diva-like, shot verbal and visual daggers at a table full of loud talkers and tossed out one-liners, urging fans to join in and "Let's get depressed!" The funny thing about her new album is that so much of it is about getting undepressed, starting with its title tune, "Happy This Way," an upbeat missive to the mother who died when Owen was 15, a loss that shut her down emotionally for a couple of decades.
"MST could rapidly transform ECT in the next few years, but it works on the presumption that you have to have a seizure to get people undepressed," which the other new modalities do not require, Dr.
(7) This literature of "cognitive self-therapy" is essentially premised on the idea that many people are depressed because their natural mechanism of self-re-equilibration is broken, and that they can be helped by teaching them to do self-consciously what undepressed people do automatically.
Definitions of Body Landmarks Landmark Definition Glabella Undepressed skin surface point obtained by palpating the most for- ward projection of the forehead in the midline at the level of the brow ridges.
Unlike me: I was vaguely lost without (at least at that time) feeling particularly unhappy about it; an expatriate Southerner with a German wife living in Quebec and thus expected to be somewhat dislocated; a Walker Percy reader and thus strangely at home in the community of the alienated; undepressed, perhaps, but unlike Benjy, utterly at sea when it came to these broader structures of meaning.
To make things worse, when they use their grandiose musts (and other cognitive distortions that go with them) to create neurotic Consequences (Cs) such as panic and depression, they then often command, "I must be undepressed!" They thereby make themselves panicked about their panic, depressed about their depression, etc.