Textual thesaurus for "slump"

(noun) slack, drop-off, falling off, falloff

a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality

the team went into a slump; a gradual slack in output; a drop-off in attendance; a falloff in quality

(noun) depression, economic crisis

a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

(verb) fall off, sink

fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly

The real estate market fell off

(verb) decline, correct

go down in value

the stock market corrected; prices slumped

(verb) sink, slide down

fall or sink heavily

He slumped onto the couch; My spirits sank

(verb) slouch

assume a drooping posture or carriage