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anticlimax a disappointing period of descent or decline in contrast to a previous rise. [1/3 definitions]
autumnal beyond middle age; in the first stages of decline. [1/2 definitions]
bearish of or pertaining to a real or expected decline in the stock market or in the economy. [1/2 definitions]
comedown a humiliating decline or descent from a former status. [1/2 definitions]
crash1 to decline suddenly or fall, as a financial market or currency. [1/17 definitions]
Dark Ages the Middle Ages, esp. from about 476 A.D. to the end of the tenth century, so called because of intellectual, cultural, and social decline and stagnation.
decadence a decline into immorality; loss of moral values. [2 definitions]
decay in physics, to decline in radioactivity. [3/8 definitions]
declination a worsening or decline. [1/5 definitions]
degenerate to decline from an original or former condition; change for the worse in nature or quality; deteriorate. [2/6 definitions]
degeneration the process of decline or decay. [2/4 definitions]
depreciation a decline in a currency's purchasing power. [1/4 definitions]
deteriorate to decline or become inferior in value or quality; debase. [1/4 definitions]
disinflation a decline of prices in general from an inflated to a more normal level. [1/2 definitions]
down1 a descent; decline. [1/21 definitions]
downfall a drastic decline in status, wealth, or the like; ruin. [1/3 definitions]
downturn a turn or tendency downward, as in business or the economy; decline.
drop a decline or falling-off. [1/17 definitions]
drop-off a marked decline or decrease. [1/2 definitions]
ebb the act or condition of decline or regression, as from a high state to a low one. [2/4 definitions]
eclipse a decline into obscurity, disfavor, or low status. [2/6 definitions]