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depositor a person who deposits something, such as money in a bank.
depository any place used for depositing things, esp. a safe place. [2 definitions]
depot a bus or train station. [2 definitions]
deprave to change for the worse, esp. morally; corrupt; pervert.
depravity moral corruption; wickedness. [2 definitions]
deprecate to disparage or treat as having small value; depreciate. [2 definitions]
deprecatory expressing disapproval; deprecating.
depreciate to lower the cost or value of, esp. of property for tax purposes, or of money. [3 definitions]
depreciation a decrease in value due to aging, wear, or the like. [4 definitions]
depredation a despoiling, robbing, or preying upon.
depress to cause to be unhappy or dejected. [4 definitions]
depressant causing a slowing of bodily functions, as by the action of a drug. [2 definitions]
depressed sad or very low in spirits; morose. [4 definitions]
depressing causing or having the potential to cause sadness and pessimism.
depression a state of deep sadness or hopelessness that can persist for months or years and is not necessarily triggered by any particular external events. [7 definitions]
Depression glass glassware mass-produced, molded, and usu. colored during the Depression of the 1930s, and now considered a collector's item.
depressive tending to depress. [3 definitions]
depressor a medical instrument used to depress a body part such as the tongue. [3 definitions]
deprivation the condition or state of not having something that one needs, esp. a thing that all or most people need, such as safety, affection, food, and shelter; privation. [3 definitions]
deprive to take a possession or attribute away from; divest of. [2 definitions]
deprived lacking or prevented from having that which is needed, especially such things as food, shelter, education, protection, and affection.