the state or condition of stagnating, or having stopped, as by ceasing to run or flow:
Meteorologists forecast ozone and air stagnation.
a foulness or staleness, as one emanating from a standing pool of water.
a failure to develop, progress, or advance:
periods of economic stagnation followed by bursts of growth.
the state or quality of being or feeling sluggish and dull:
Happily, they have been able to avoid stagnation in their ten-year marriage.
stagnation stag·na·tion (stāg-nā’shən)
The retardation or cessation of the flow of blood in the blood vessels, as in passive congestion.
The accumulation of a normally circulating fluid in a part or an organ.
noun, Pathology. 1. caked breast.
- Stag night
noun 1. a party for men only, esp one held for a man before he is married Compare hen night, hen party
noun 1. a social gathering or outing for men only. 2. a party given a bachelor by his male friends before his marriage, often on the night before the wedding, ranging from a formal gathering to a night of carousing. 3. a gathering for men only, especially one for the purpose of watching sexually titillating […]
adjective, stagier, stagiest. 1. of, relating to, or suggestive of the stage. 2. theatrical; unnatural. adjective stagier, stagiest 1. excessively theatrical or dramatic