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A making seem less important; disparagement
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  1. A making seem less important; disparagement
  2. A decrease in value of property through wear, deterioration, or obsolescence
  3. A decline in the value of an asset over time, due to its increasing obsolescence or the wear and tear due to its use; a deduction on an income tax return of part of the asset’s cost, transforming its declining value into a benefit for the taxpayer. A decline in the value of an asset over time, due to its increasing obsolescence or the wear and tear due to its use; a deduction on an income tax return of part of the asset’s cost, transforming its declining value into a benefit for the taxpayer.
A woman's sleeveless undergarment the same length as a dress, usually suspended from shoulder straps
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  1. A woman's sleeveless undergarment the same length as a dress, usually suspended from shoulder straps
  2. A small piece of paper, esp. one prepared for a specific use
  3. A slight error or oversight, as in speech or writing:
A downward incline or passage; a slope:
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  1. A downward incline or passage; a slope:
  2. A sloping passage or incline.
  3. Lineage or hereditary derivation
An uninspired routine or pattern of behavior that one continues unthinkingly or because change is difficult.
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  1. An uninspired routine or pattern of behavior that one continues unthinkingly or because change is difficult.
  2. A fixed routine, procedure, line of conduct, thought or feeling (See also rutter)
  3. A dull routine
The practice of such activities or procedures:
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  1. The practice of such activities or procedures:
  2. A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
  3. A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures:
A slowing down, as of production
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  1. A slowing down, as of production
  2. A reduction in speed, or a decrease in the level of production, etc.
  3. The act or process of slowing down; a slackening of pace:
  1. To collapse inward or downward.
  2. Alternative spelling of cave in.
  3. (Idiomatic) To relent; to acquiesce; to comply; to grant approval; to lose willpower.
To fall or drop drastically, as in value or force
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  1. To fall or drop drastically, as in value or force
  2. To cause to fold, break down, or fall down or inward.
  3. To fall down, as from a blow or exhaustion
Any of numerous plant diseases that cause leaves, stems, fruits, and tissues to wither and die. Rust, mildew, and smut are blights.
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  1. Any of numerous plant diseases that cause leaves, stems, fruits, and tissues to wither and die. Rust, mildew, and smut are blights.
  2. To have a deleterious effect on; ruin.
  3. To cause (a plant, for example) to undergo blight.
To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
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  1. To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
  2. To lessen the price or value of:
  3. To think or speak of as being of little worth; belittle.
To go beneath the surface of water, deep snow, soft ground, etc. so as to be partly or completely covered
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  1. To go beneath the surface of water, deep snow, soft ground, etc. so as to be partly or completely covered
  2. To cause to descend beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid:
  3. To force into the ground:
To fall; come down
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  1. To fall; come down
  2. To cause to fall, as by wounding, killing, or hitting
  3. To fall in drops
(--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
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  1. (--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
  2. To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation:
  3. To come forth as if by falling; issue:
To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
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  1. To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
  2. To fall or lower oneself slowly, as from weakness or fatigue:
  3. To go down slowly; fall or descend gradually
To permit to hang or droop laxly:
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  1. To permit to hang or droop laxly:
  2. To move, stand, or recline in an indolent or relaxed manner.
  3. To hang or droop laxly:
(Intransitive) To hang or droop; to adopt a limp posture
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  1. (Intransitive) To hang or droop; to adopt a limp posture
  2. To sit, stand, walk, etc. in a slouch
  3. To droop or hang carelessly, as a hat.
To go toward the bottom of a body of water:
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  1. To go toward the bottom of a body of water:
  2. To fall head down through the air.
  3. (Sports) To exaggerate a fall in an attempt to induce a referee to call a penalty on an opponent.
To fall; come down
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  1. To fall; come down
  2. To cause to fall, as by wounding, killing, or hitting
  3. To fall in drops
(--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
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  1. (--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
  2. To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation:
  3. To come forth as if by falling; issue:
To perform a nosedive.
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  1. To perform a nosedive.
To fall off or decline precipitously
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  1. To fall off or decline precipitously
  2. To fall or drop straight downward
To use a plunger to try to unblock (a drain, for example).
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  1. To use a plunger to try to unblock (a drain, for example).
  2. To fall rapidly:
  3. To fall off or decline precipitously
To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
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  1. To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
  2. To fall or lower oneself slowly, as from weakness or fatigue:
  3. To go down slowly; fall or descend gradually
To move sideways in a turn because of insufficient banking. Used of an airplane.
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  1. To move sideways in a turn because of insufficient banking. Used of an airplane.
  2. To slide without turning, as a wheel when skids or brakes are applied on a slippery surface
  3. (Informal) To fall or decline sharply:
To pitch headlong; fall:
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  1. To pitch headlong; fall:
  2. To cause to fall or collapse; bring down:
  3. To fall suddenly, clumsily, or helplessly
The last part
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  1. The last part
  2. The process or result of declining, especially:
  3. A downward movement or fall, as in price.
  1. A drop to a lower status or condition.
  2. A lowering or decline, as in status or level:
  3. A decline; fall
(Gym.) The act of lowering oneself between parallel bars by bending the arms until the chin reaches the bar level, and then raising oneself by straightening the arms
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  1. (Gym.) The act of lowering oneself between parallel bars by bending the arms until the chin reaches the bar level, and then raising oneself by straightening the arms
  2. (--- Linguistics) A part of a phrase or sentence that is unstressed or less strongly stressed relative to surrounding words, as the words I and to in I have to go.
  3. (Sports) A gymnastic exercise on the parallel bars in which the body is lowered by bending the elbows until the chin reaches the level of the bars and then is raised by straightening the arms.
(Football) A play in which a running back carries the ball while plunging directly into the line a short distance away
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  1. (Football) A play in which a running back carries the ball while plunging directly into the line a short distance away
  2. A sharp descent or sudden drop, as of an airplane
  3. An exaggerated fall, especially by a hockey player, intended to draw a penalty against an opponent.
A swing downward, as of a golf club.
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  1. A swing downward, as of a golf club.
  2. A decline, as of a business.
  3. The portion of any movement along an arc or curve, heading in a lower direction.
A downward trend; a downturn.
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  1. A downward trend; a downturn.
  2. A downward trend, esp. a financial one
  3. Any gradual movement towards a lower state or value.
A tendency downward, especially in business or economic activity.
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  1. A tendency downward, especially in business or economic activity.
The act of falling; descent:
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  1. The act of falling; descent:
  2. The smallest quantity of liquid heavy enough to fall in a spherical mass.
  3. The act or fact of dropping; a fall, descent, slump, or decrease
A very steep drop
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  1. A very steep drop
  2. A location where a person or thing can be dropped off
  3. A designated place where people or things can be left:
A reduction in value, amount, or degree:
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  1. A reduction in value, amount, or degree:
  2. A marked, often sudden, decline in status, rank, or importance:
  3. Something that has fallen:
A very steep dive of an aircraft.
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  1. A very steep dive of an aircraft.
  2. A swift, steep downward plunge of an airplane, with the nose toward the earth
  3. Any sudden, sharp drop, as in profits
(Informal) A heavy, rash investment or speculation
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  1. (Informal) A heavy, rash investment or speculation
  2. Any steep and rapid descent
  3. The act or an instance of plunging:
A sliding wedge or drag used to check the motion of a vehicle by pressure against a wheel
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  1. A sliding wedge or drag used to check the motion of a vehicle by pressure against a wheel
  2. (Informal) A period of sharp decline or repeated losses:
  3. A plank, log, etc., often one of a pair or set, used as a support or as a track upon which to slide or roll a heavy object
A small metal or glass tube worn over a finger or held in the hand, used in playing bottleneck-style guitar.
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  1. A small metal or glass tube worn over a finger or held in the hand, used in playing bottleneck-style guitar.
  2. (Music) A slight portamento used in violin playing, passing quickly from one note to another.
  3. The fall of a mass of rock, snow, earth, etc. down a slope
A decrease, as in value:
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  1. A decrease, as in value:
  2. An act of tumbling; a fall.
  3. A fall or decline
A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
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  1. A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
  2. A mood disorder characterized by an inability to experience pleasure, difficulty in concentrating, disturbance of sleep and appetite, and feelings of sadness, guilt, and helplessness.
  3. A reduction in physiological vigor or activity:
The period of economic decline from the peak to the trough of the business cycle, characterized by decreasing aggregate output and often by rising unemployment.
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  1. The period of economic decline from the peak to the trough of the business cycle, characterized by decreasing aggregate output and often by rising unemployment.
  2. The motion of celestial objects away from one another in an expanding universe.
  3. The erosion of a cliff or headland from a given point, as from the action of a waterfall.
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