Definition of Melancholic. Meaning of Melancholic. Synonyms of Melancholic

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Definition of Melancholic

Melancholic
Melancholic Mel"an*chol`ic, n. [Obs.] 1. One affected with a gloomy state of mind. --J. Spenser. 2. A gloomy state of mind; melancholy. --Clarendon.

Meaning of Melancholic from wikipedia

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- Melancholic depression, or depression with melancholic features, is a DSM-IV subtype of clinical depression requiring at least one of the following symptoms:...
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- and Satie. She was particularly drawn to "blue, dark, shadowy" and melancholic compositions, as well as the p****ionate romanticism of "blue composers"...
- Dr Gachet, and his only etching. In each the emphasis is on Gachet's melancholic disposition. There are other paintings which are probably unfinished...
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- to Hippocrates' personality types (sanguine = air; choleric = fire; melancholic = earth; phlegmatic = water). A modern approach looks at elements as...
- Bipolar II Cyclothymia Bipolar NOS Depression Major depressive disorder Dysthymia Seasonal affective disorder Atypical depression Melancholic depression...
- Bipolar II Cyclothymia Bipolar NOS Depression Major depressive disorder Dysthymia Seasonal affective disorder Atypical depression Melancholic depression...
- Bipolar II Cyclothymia Bipolar NOS Depression Major depressive disorder Dysthymia Seasonal affective disorder Atypical depression Melancholic depression...
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