Lucidity vs Depression

Lucidity [loo-sid-i-tee]

noun

1. the quality of being easily understood, completely intelligible, or comprehensible:

She makes her argument with pointed logic and exemplary lucidity.

2. the ability to see things clearly; rationality; sanity:

In a rare moment of lucidity, the senator sided with his political enemies for the good of the country.

Depression [dih-preshuh n]

noun
1. the act of depressing.
2. the state of being depressed.
3. depressed or sunken place or part; an area lower than the surrounding surface.
4. sadness; gloom; dejection.

5. Psychiatry. a condition of general emotional dejection and withdrawal;sadness greater and more prolonged than that warranted by any objective reason.

Compare clinical depression:

1. dullness or inactivity, as of trade.

2. Economics. a period during which business, employment, and stock-market values decline severely or remain at a very low level of activity.

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