Part of speech:
To toss or whirl in a drum, tumbler, or tumbling box:
To break into small fragments or pieces:
To break down; fail
To give up (a habit).
To perform for an audience:
To break down; fail:
To place or keep (sheep, for example) in a fenced enclosure.
To pull apart or break with a snapping sound.
To wreck is to destroy something or cause it to be destroyed.
Wilt means to become limp.
To fall (over) because or as if top-heavy
Ruin is defined as to break or destroy something.
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
(Archaic) To fall away; to become diminished; to decline; to decay; to sink.
(Intransitive) To fall apart, break up into parts.
To fall asleep from exhaustion.
To give way; collapse:
To give birth to.
To give up or abandon:
To become bankrupt or short of money.
Succumb is defined as to give in to someone or something or to die.
To give way; break up:
In certain poker games, the first three community cards that are dealt face up at the same time.
Any disastrous or decisive defeat
Being laid face down (prone).
A cessation of proper functioning or performance:
Dissolution is defined as ending or breaking apart.
A sudden, heavy fall, as of snow
A failure of health; physical, mental, or emotional collapse
The definition of a debacle is a sudden downfall or a total failure.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
(Intransitive) To increase in value or standing.
To increase in amount, force, etc.; grow or intensify
A noteworthy achievement or success:
The gaining of fame or prosperity:
To fall into a faint; swoon
To gain (a prize) by succeeding in competition or contest.
To oppose actively; fight, argue, or work against
Sums of money
Illness is defined as a sickness or disease, or to a period of sickness and disease.
A sudden, often vehement outburst:
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