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declinede*cline" (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. declined (?); p. pr. & vb. n. declining.] [oe. declinen to bend down, lower, sink, decline (a noun), f. décliner to decline, refuse, fr. l. declinare to turn aside, inflect (a part of speech), avoid; de- + clinare to incline; akin to e. lean. see lean, v. i.] 1. to bend, or lean downward; to take a downward direction; to bend over or hang down, as from weakness, weariness, despondency, etc.; to condescend. "with declining head." he would decline even to the lowest of his family. disdaining to decline, slowly he falls, amidst triumphant cries. the ground at length became broken and declined rapidly. w. scott. 2. to tend or draw towards a close, decay, or extinction; to tend to a less perfect state; to become diminished or impaired; to fail; to sink; to diminish; to lessen; as, the day declines; virtue declines; religion declines; business declines. that empire must decline whose chief support and sinews are of coin. and presume to know who thrives, and who declines. 3. to turn or bend aside; to deviate; to stray; to withdraw; as, a line that declines from straightness; conduct that declines from sound morals. yet do i not decline from thy testimonies. cxix. 157. 4. to turn away; to shun; to refuse; -- the opposite of accept or consent; as, he declined, upon principle.decline de*cline" (?), n. [f. déclin. see decline, v. i.] 1. a falling off; a tendency to a worse state; diminution or decay; deterioration; also, the period when a thing is tending toward extinction or a less perfect state; as, the decline of life; the decline of strength; the decline of virtue and religion. their fathers lived in the decline of literature. 2. (med.) that period of a disorder or paroxysm when the symptoms begin to abate in violence; as, the decline of a fever. 3. a gradual sinking and wasting away of the physical faculties; any wasting disease, esp. pulmonary consumption; as, to die of a decline.   similar words(1) 

 decline in quality 

(v. t.)

To run through from first to last; to repeat like a schoolboy declining a noun.  

(v. t.)

To put or turn aside; to turn off or away from; to refuse to undertake or comply with; reject; to shun; to avoid; as, to decline an offer; to decline a contest; he declined any participation with them.  

(v. t.)

To inflect, or rehearse in order the changes of grammatical form of; as, to decline a noun or an adjective.  

(v. t.)

To cause to decrease or diminish.  

(v. t.)

To bend downward; to bring down; to depress; to cause to bend, or fall.  

(v. i.)

To turn or bend aside; to deviate; to stray; to withdraw; as, a line that declines from straightness; conduct that declines from sound morals.  

(v. i.)

To turn away; to shun; to refuse; -- the opposite of accept or consent; as, he declined, upon principle.  

(v. i.)

To tend or draw towards a close, decay, or extinction; to tend to a less perfect state; to become diminished or impaired; to fail; to sink; to diminish; to lessen; as, the day declines; virtue declines; religion declines; business declines.  

(v. i.)

To bend, or lean downward; to take a downward direction; to bend over or hang down, as from weakness, weariness, despondency, etc.; to condescend.  

(v. i.)

That period of a disorder or paroxysm when the symptoms begin to abate in violence; as, the decline of a fever.  

(v. i.)

A gradual sinking and wasting away of the physical faculties; any wasting disease, esp. pulmonary consumption; as, to die of a decline.  

(v. i.)

A falling off; a tendency to a worse state; diminution or decay; deterioration; also, the period when a thing is tending toward extinction or a less perfect state; as, the decline of life; the decline of strength; the decline of virtue and religion.  

Noun1. change toward something smaller or lower (synonym) diminution (hypernym) decrease, decrement (hyponym) deterioration, decline in quality, declension, worsening (derivation) go down, wane2. a condition inferior to an earlier condition; a gradual falling off from a better state (synonym) declination (antonym) improvement, melioration (hypernym) condition, status (hyponym) neglect, disuse (derivation) worsen3. a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current (synonym) decay (hypernym) decrease, decrement (hyponym) exponential decay, exponential return4. a downward slope or bend (synonym) descent, declivity, fall, declination, declension, downslope (hypernym) slope, incline, side (hyponym) downhillVerb1. grow worse; "Conditions in the slum worsened" (synonym) worsen (hypernym) change state, turn (hyponym) inflame (derivation) declination2. refuse to accept; "He refused my offer of hospitality" (synonym) refuse, reject, pass up, turn down (hyponym) dishonor, dishonour (verb-group) reject, spurn, freeze off, scorn, pooh-pooh, disdain, turn down (derivation) declination, regrets3. show unwillingness towards; "he declined to join the group on a hike" (synonym) refuse (hypernym) react, respond (hyponym) reject, spurn, freeze off, scorn, pooh-pooh, disdain, turn down4. grow smaller; "Interest in the project waned" (synonym) go down, wane (hypernym) decrease, diminish, lessen, fall (hyponym) dip (derivation) diminution5. go down; "The roof declines here" (hypernym) drop (hyponym) dip, sink (derivation) descent, declivity, fall, declination, declension, downslope6. go down in value; "the stock market corrected"; "prices slumped" (synonym) slump, correct (hypernym) descend, fall, go down, come down7. inflect for number, gender, case, etc., "in many languages, speakers decline nouns, pronouns, and adjectives" (hypernym) inflect (derivation) declension

meath

Gogil = n. small decline

Gwestyngu = v. to decline

Henoed = n. decline of age

Llychwyr = n. decline of light; twilight

to enumerate, as in going through the cases of a noun

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v. Sab

Decline is a change over time from previously efficient to inefficient organizational functioning, from previously rational to non-rational organizational and individual decision-making, from previously law-abiding to law violating organizational and individual behavior, from previously virtuous to iniquitous individual moral behavior.

recuso, declive

adj moving/bending/drooping down; declining/ebbing; turning/bending; skewed/averted

Common misspellings

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Typos

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Anagrams

  • decnlei
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Word analysis of decline

Length7
Vocalsdecline
Consonantsdecline
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SHA155f2754de6a8d46660a0969750a52781a513ce40