I'd like to ask about the meaning of the words.
Are "depressed " and "gloomy" used interchangeably? If not, how do you use them?
Well, in this case I think that the word "depression" is misused a lot of the time, just like the word "hate".
Originally Posted by Lina
People use "hate" very flippantly.
Depression is a medical condition. Gloomy is being in a somber or cheerless mood. They are not, or rather should not be interchangeable.
By blacknomi in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 15-Oct-2004, 09:59
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