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Synonyms for decline

Synonyms for decline

to be unwilling to accept, consider, or receive

to slope downward

to become lower in quality, character, or condition

a marked loss of strength or effectiveness

a downward slope or distance

Synonyms for decline

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The combination of the decline in asset prices in Thailand, Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia and the decline in the foreign exchange value of their currencies presents a remarkable investment opportunity for U.
The Northeast registered a 6-percent decline; the Midwest, a 5-percent decline; and the South, a 3-percent decline.
Forest Service to fund research on spruce and fir decline.
High-rise assessments rise, other condo types decline.
Real-world data show the average automobile's VOC emission rate is declining 11-15% per year, again much more rapidly than driving is increasing, and with a more rapid decline for recent models (Pokharel et al.
There has been talk of being on the threshold of a commodity "super-cycle," and speculation that the decline in real prices, which has been a feature of metals markets for the past 30 or so years, may be about to reverse.
Average after-tax income for families in 2001 increased for all families in every province, except for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with no province showing a significant decline.
After conducting a comprehensive pilot study at The Episcopal Church Home using many of the above criteria, I developed the Multidisciplinary Decline Rounding Audit tool (Figure) to assist the MDCPT in early detection of failure to thrive.
Schools in District B, which covers the Northeast Valley, historically have had higher crime rates, but saw decreases in nearly every category for a total 20 percent decline.
1 percent drop in December; the December decline was likely exacerbated by bad weather in certain areas.
Despite an expected drop in demand for the last half of the year, light vehicle production is expected to hit 12 million units again during '00, with an expected decline of only 580,000 vehicles compared to the '99 peak year.
This coupled with the lower production in the third largest producing country, Malaysia, have resulted in world output showing a marginal decline from 6.
3 percent among Japanese men indicate its economy may decline further.
A decline in heart disease deaths since 1980, though gratifying, has confounded researchers, who find it difficult to reconcile with evidence that one in four people still smoke and many ignore other entreaties to protect their hearts.