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ablaut a pattern of changes in sounds, usu. vowels, that indicate variations in tense, number, person, or the like, as in "sink," "sank," and "sunk".
basin a sink in a bathroom; washbasin. [1/6 definitions]
bathroom a room containing a bath or shower, a sink, and often a toilet. [2 definitions]
bowl1 the rounded, dishlike part of something, as of a spoon, sink, or toilet. [1/6 definitions]
dip to slope downward or appear to sink. [1/15 definitions]
drainboard a sloping surface placed next to or in a kitchen sink on which dishes are left to dry.
droop to hang or sink down; bend limply. [1/4 definitions]
drop to sink down as if exhausted or hurt. [1/18 definitions]
founder2 of a ship or boat, to sink after filling up with water. [2/5 definitions]
mire to cause to sink or stick in deep mud. [2/7 definitions]
sag to sink, hang, or bend downward in the middle. [1/8 definitions]
sank past tense of sink.
scuttle3 to purposely cause a ship to sink, as by making holes in the bottom. [1/3 definitions]
set to go below the horizon; sink. [1/25 definitions]
settle1 to sink. [1/12 definitions]
sinkable combined form of sink.
slump to sink down or fall with all one's weight. [1/6 definitions]
submerge to sink or plunge under, or as though under, water. [1/3 definitions]
subside to sink to a lower or to a normal level. [2/3 definitions]
sunk a past tense and past participle of sink.
sunken a past participle of sink. [1/4 definitions]