Definition of "slackening" [slackening]

  • Present participle of slacken. (verb)

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Use "slackening" in a sentence
  • "Du Plessis blamed the government's transformation policy for what he described as a slackening of the country's security forces"
  • "He felt the train slackening speed, and peered again through the misty window."
  • "The struggle has caught hold along the whole line and enthusiasm for the lofty aim runs so high that a slackening is no longer to be feared."