Stagnance



adjective
1.
not flowing or running, as water, air, etc.
2.
stale or foul from standing, as a pool of water.
3.
characterized by lack of development, advancement, or progressive movement:
a stagnant economy.
4.
inactive, sluggish, or dull.
adjective
1.
(of water, etc) standing still; without flow or current
2.
brackish and foul from standing still
3.
stale, sluggish, or dull from inaction
4.
not growing or developing; static

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