View definitions for stagnated
“Revelations” is a good game, but it’s the first time we see the series stagnate during the annual release schedule of the franchise.
You could probably use that as a symbol for people wanting to know what the future holds and then it being stagnated.
Meanwhile, the design of the physical monitors themselves stagnates.
In general, most teams and players don’t reach for this scalpel so soon and so often, knowing it takes a half-court offense out of its normal rhythm and might result in a series of isolation chances that stagnates everybody else.
Many public school teachers’ wages stagnated and their pension benefits were cut.
Antisubmarine warfare (ASW) has not stagnated, but it shows signs of disarray.
Average weekly earnings have gone up, even as employment has stagnated.
Throughout the capitalist world, economies had faltered and stagnated in the 1970s.
There have been plenty of periods when development has stagnated or even fallen for centuries at a stretch.
Incomes have generally stagnated over the last several years.
The young bull stood for a minute or two, as his father said, "right down stagnated," and then began to plunge and kick.
Without curiosity and scepticism, human thought would have long since stagnated and the world remained sunk in ignorance.
There he paused, and gazed in anxious meditation upon the black and heavy liquid that stagnated beneath.
The conversation had all along been of the languidest, but at this moment it happened to have stagnated altogether.
Hence, when friendship stagnated, when love lapsed into the inevitable mediocrity and torpor, he fretted or fled.
On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stagnated, such as: fester, stall, hibernate, languish, decline, and decay.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.