stagnate

[v] - stand still 2. [v] - cause to stagnate 3. [v] - cease to flow
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Stagnate

Stag'nate (stăg'nāt) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Stagnated ; present participle & verbal noun Stagnating .] [ Latin stagnatus , past participle of stagnare to stagnate, make stagnant, from ...
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Stagnate

Stag'nate adjective Stagnant. [ Obsolete] 'A stagnate mass of vapors.' Young.
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stagnate

1. To cease to flow; to be motionless; as, blood stagnates in the veins of an animal; hence, to become impure or foul by want of motion; as, air stagnates in a close room. ... 2. To cease to be brisk or active; to become dull or inactive; as, commerce stagnates; business stagnates. 'Ready-witted tenderness . . . Never stagnates in vain lamentations...
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Stagnate

• (a.) Stagnant. • (v. t.) To cease to flow; to be motionless; as, blood stagnates in the veins of an animal; hence, to become impure or foul by want of motion; as, air stagnates in a close room. • (v. t.) To cease to be brisk or active; to become dull or inactive; as, commerce stagnates; business stagnates.Stagnate: words in the def...
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stagnate

stand still
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stagnate

to be
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