Definition of Stagnating

1. Verb. (present participle of stagnate) ¹



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Definition of Stagnating

1. stagnate [v] - See also: stagnate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stagnating

staging
staging area
stagings
staglike
stagnance
stagnances
stagnancies
stagnancy
stagnant
stagnant anoxia
stagnant hypoxia
stagnantly
stagnate
stagnated
stagnates
stagnating (current term)
stagnation
stagnation mastitis
stagnations
stags
stagworm
stagy
stahlian
staid
staider
staidest
staidly
staidness
staidnesses
staig

Literary usage of Stagnating

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1. The Inequality of Human Races by Arthur Gobineau (1915)
"CHAPTER VI NATIONS, WHETHER PROGRESSING OR stagnating, ARE INDEPENDENT OF THE REGIONS IN WHICH THEY LIVE I MUST now consider whether the development of ..."

2. The Economy of High Wages: An Inquiry Into the Cause of High Wages and Their by Jacob Schoenhof, Thomas Francis Bayard (1892)
"Low Wages, stagnating Causes.—Improvement in Machinery more Profitable in High-wage Countries.—Peasant and House Industries.—A Picture of a Home-market ..."

3. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1904)
"The ground underneath tht houses was invariably covered with filth of all kinds, human excrement included, and often showed pools of stagnating malodorous ..."

4. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1857)
"... and as these are not of sufficient capacity to store the sudden influx of storm-water, in addition to the sewage already stagnating in them, ..."

5. Health and Disease: A Book for the People by William Whitty Hall (1859)
"... the thirst—which also dilutes the heavy, stagnating blood—and rest to recover strength, rest for the body, rest for the brain, and rest for the stomach. ..."

6. A New French and English Dictionary in Two Parts by William Cobbett (1833)
"... stagnating, noi dam la portât, to live in vice or idleness. flowing. ... the stagnating of matters in the body. HIM-*mii, sf. a little crust of bread. ..."

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