1. [17C+] (also downed, down on it) depressed.
2. [1950s+] depressing.
3. [1960s] in a state unassisted by any drug.
see under chops n.1
[early–mid-19C] to feel depressed, esp. at the prospect of prison or judicially sanctioned death, to sink beneath one’s problems.
[late 19C+] to make someone depressed.
SE in slang uses
[1950s+] (US black) open, honest, candid.
see also separate entries.
see under dead man n.
[19C] a prostitute who does not resort to thieving.
[20C+] a coy ref. to the vagina; occas. the penis.
1. [late 19C+] (US) down to the hard facts; to a final reckoning.
2. [1940s] (US Und.) down to one’s last pennies.
see under seam n.
see on one’s/the short strokes under short strokes n.
[mid-19C] knock him down!