To grow dim
To cause to descend beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid:
To duck is defined as to lower the head or body quickly as if to avoid a blow.
To thrust or throw forcefully into a substance or place:
To plunge into a liquid.
To plunge into liquid; immerse.
To diminish or decline; wane:
To slide is defined as to smoothly move over a surface, or to shift down or decrease.
To fall, sink, or collapse, esp. suddenly or heavily
(Intransitive) To sink to the bottom; to fall to the bottom, as dregs of a liquid, or the sediment of a reservoir.
To incline or turn from a direct line or course, esp. one that is perpendicular or level; slope
To veer is to turn or swerve sharply or to go off course.
To slope or incline.
To turn or be turned from a straight line or from some direction or position
To rise or fall with steady acceleration.
To fall into fault or error. Often used with up.
To fall on at once and seize; to catch while on the wing.
Tilt is defined as to tip or slope in one direction.
To recede is to diminish or to move back.
To bend downward; to bring down; to depress; to cause to bend, or fall.
The definition of slope is to slant up or down, or to put something into a position where it slants up or down.
To move across (a body of water) by swimming
To sink or plunge beneath the surface of water, etc.
(Nautical) To drift to leeward.
(Intransitive) To become moist or moister.
To reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc., of
To lift out or serve with a long-handled spoon.
To drop (troops or supplies) by parachute; airdrop
To sink down; hang or bend down
To lower oneself; stoop:
(Chiefly Brit., Now Dial.) To dig or turn up (ground)
To decrease is defined as to make something smaller or fewer or to become smaller or fewer.
To feed by reaching with the bill into shallow water
The definition of browse means to look at someone or something casually.
To remove water from (a boat) as with a bail
To offer or set food, etc. before (a person)
To draw or stretch tight
To draw off (liquid) gradually
To become elevated; soar:
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To pour off (wine, for example) without disturbing the sediment.
(Sports & Games) To give a ball an upward scoop.
To use a shovel
To wash lightly with water.
To wet through and through; soak.
To soak in liquid, so as to soften, clean, extract the essence of, etc.
(Med.) To wash out or flush (a cavity, wound, etc.) with water or other fluid
To splash or move clumsily through water, mud, etc.
(Intransitive) To become wet
To fall or plunge headlong
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
To gather (in or up) as if with a scoop
To color with or as with a dye
To misrepresent, especially by distortion or exaggeration:
To rise from a lower level or station; advance:
To stir up; instigate:
To soak, rinse out, and remove (dirt or stain) with water or other liquid:
To become erect; to assume an upright position.
To perform for an audience:
In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
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