slump

Part of speech: verb

To break through a crust and sink into any soft material, as snow or mud; to fall or collapse.

Part of speech: noun

Slump.

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Usage examples "slump":

  1. It was a foregone conclusion that a slump was coming, and there was scarcely any trading in the stock. - "Brewster's Millions", George Barr McCutcheon.
  2. But, after all, even a poor colyumist must be allowed to slump occasionally. - "Black Oxen", Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.
  3. I want to find Ike Slump, and it’ s for his own good. - "Ralph of the Roundhouse", Allen Chapman.