Thursday, 17 January 2013



1. to sink or fall heavily and suddenly
2. to relax ungracefully
3. (of business activity, etc.) to decline suddenly; collapse
4. (of health, interest, etc.,) to deteriorate or decline suddenly or markedly
5. (of soil or rock) to slip down a slope, especially a cliff, usually with a rotational movement
6. a sudden or marked decline or failure, as in progress or achievement; collapse
7. a decline in commercial activity, prices, etc.
8. economics . another word for depression
9. the act of slumping
10. a slipping of earth or rock; landslide

From the cold
And a slump in the economy
Meant that books had to be locked up
For their own protection
From arson

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