Declension and Decay

Declension

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Declension noun – A gradual sinking and wasting away of mind or body.
Usage example: a noticeable declension of the fitness of the baseball players over the winter

Decay and declension are semantically related in decline topic. In some cases you can use "Decay" instead a noun "Declension", when it comes to topics like deterioration.
Nearby Word: declensional
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Decay

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Decay noun – A gradual sinking and wasting away of mind or body.
Usage example: middle-aged people who fervently hope that daily exercise will arrest the physical decay that usually accompanies advancing age

Declension and decay are semantically related in decline topic. You can use "Declension" instead a noun "Decay".
Nearby Words: decayed, decaying, decadence, decadent
Synonyms for Decay
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