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Definition of "slumping" []

  • Something that makes a slumping voice (adjective)
  • The result of a slumping movement, like that of a mountain (noun)
  • Present participle of slump. (verb)

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Use "slumping" in a sentence
  • "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."