Does “He Was Brooding With Depression” Make Sense?

Question by .: Does “he was brooding with depression” make sense?
was the word used right? If not, how can i use it?

Best answer:

Answer by Jack
yes it does

Answer by Buzz Worthy
“Brooding with depression” is redundant. Just say “he was brooding.”

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