Examples of stagnate in a Sentence
a puddle of stagnating water
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The Tigers started the season 2-2, with the offense stagnating in losses to Wisconsin and Auburn.
Leonid Brezhnev, the Soviet leader from 1964 to 1982, saw the war as the main source of legitimacy for a stagnating system, and covered himself in military medals: Hero of the Soviet Union, Order of Victory.
Some breezes could keep the air breathable and prevent it from stagnating. Whew!
But the company’s research showed that while the growth in console gamers globally had stagnated over the last decade, people still identified as either a PC or console gamer, and were unlikely to drop one device entirely.
Britons have endured years of astringent austerity during which time median wages have stagnated and a view has developed, however inchoate, that something, somewhere, has gone badly wrong.
The cost of maintaining a department of that size is exorbitant, especially with a stagnating football program.
With the stagnating Met in its off-season, New York’s not-the-Met opera scene seems to grow ever more diverse and daring.
Medical care has increased at triple the rate of inflation over the past three decades, while workers’ earnings have stagnated.
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