decline[ dih-klahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF decline
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECLINE
Percival watched the decline with a conviction that he was dreaming.
They only thought a lawyer could help them--but I'm far too busy--of course I decline.
If we permit our economy to drift and decline, the vulnerable will suffer most.
We protect iron-workers, and decline to protect our own daughters.
And so for the present we take leave of the Athenians, in the hour of their decline.
While these negotiations went on, Arthur continued gradually to decline.
I cannot repay it, except by my thanks; and those only on condition that he will decline his suit.
There is yet another cause for the decline of the white population.
Lumley, burning with resentment, longed to decline the offer; but, alas!
It was dreadfully unromantic, but Minnie did not fall into a decline.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECLINE
- get around
- give a wide berth
- give the runaround
- have no part of
- have nothing to do with
- hide out
- keep away from
- keep clear of
- palm off
- pass up
- shake off
- stand aloof from
- stay shy of
- steer clear of
- turn back on
- wasting away