- adj. something that makes a slumping voice
- n. the result of a slumping movement, like that of a mountain
- v. present participle of slump.
“The Sixers signs of slumping from the floor in the third quarter when they scored only three baskets - but one of them was Iguodala's 3-pointer that started the 14-0 run.”
“A year ago, the Jets managed 29 sacks in slumping to a 4-12 record.”
“Now, with Mark McLemore on the disabled list as of Sunday and Tom Goodwin slumping, the weak pitching staff is starting to show.”
“Although the Saints went into a bit of a slump this month -- as much as an undefeated team can be considered "slumping" -- they're rolling now, and a handful of injured players could be back by Monday night (Ellis?”
“Meanwhile, Nissan Motor President and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said the U.S. automobile market is "slumping" and is likely to stagnate at best in 2009 and 2010.”
“You can see that Berlusconi is kind of slumping over at the podium.”
“COSTELLO: So the Nationals are kind of slumping and the Braves are kind of surging.”
“A glance seemed to indicate that no one was there, for the colonel was hidden in the depths of a big chair, "slumping," which was his favorite mode of relaxing.”
“The snow was "slumping," said the little Leonards, when Messrs. Burtis and”
“Generally there is a complete "slumping" of the chest, the spine is brought into a wide, single curve instead of its counterpoise curves.”
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