- adj. getting worse
- v. present participle of deteriorate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. going from better to worse.
“The editor's forum met late last month with a government minister to discuss what it called "deteriorating relations" with the government's communications arm.”
“President Obama quietly announced a surge of his own this week, promising to send 17,000 additional troops to stabilize what he called the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan.”
“But in his remarks at the high level meeting, bond sited what he called a deteriorating situation in Iraq noting the flow of refugees out of the war-ravaged country.”
“(PAP) in Midrand on Monday against what they termed the deteriorating political and human rights situation in that country.”
“The U.N. also raised five-fold to $80 million, its estimate of the money needed to tackle what it terms a deteriorating situation in Niger.”
“The lack of swift action to rectify what he described as the deteriorating conditions under which political prisoners lived should be regarded as a blatant violation of basic human rights.”
“Hospital to protest against what they called deteriorating conditions in hospitals countrywide.”
“Milwaukee Aldermen Bob Donovan and Joe Dudzik released a bold statement on Friday about what they called a "deteriorating African American culture in our city," Fox 6 News reported.”
“The clash Tuesday evening came as officials complained about what they described as deteriorating safety, sanitation and health issues at the dismantled camp.”
“In Oakland, tensions between the city and protesters escalated last week as officials complained about what they described as deteriorating safety, sanitation and health issues at the site.”
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