blue funk


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blue funk

(ˈblu ˈfəŋk)
n. a state of depression. You’ve got to get out of your blue funk and get back to work.
See also: blue, funk
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There is, according to Lasch, such a deep-rooted hopelessness in America that even such positive developments as the end of the Cold War exacerbate rather than relieve the nation's blue funk.
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Tony Blair got into a blue funk when the Tories accused him of "opening the floodgates" to 73million possible migrants from the 10 new EU members on May 1.