Definition of 'anti-depressant'
Example sentences containing 'anti-depressant'
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I just think that he took too much of something mixed with the anti-depressants and other drugs he was on, and alcohol. The Sun (2017)But she was taken off anti-depressants after a health visitor decided she no longer needed them. The Sun (2010)Factors in play today could include stress and our increased use of anti-depressants. The Sun (2015) Drugs such as anti-depressants are another cause. The Sun (2014)PEOPLE who take anti-depressants can see their sense of taste improved. The Sun (2014)A post mortem showed she had been drinking and had taken anti-depressants. The Sun (2008)He takes anti-depressants all week and drinks all weekend - so much he can barely talk. The Sun (2015)
Definition of anti-depressant from the Collins English Dictionary
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