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deteriorates (verb)wanes, tergiversates, deteriorates, ebbs, worsens, downgrades, fades, falls apart, goes downhill, gets worse, reverts, decays, regresses, sinks, degenerates, wilts, slips, withers, moulders, slumps, declines, atrophies, retrogresses, putrefies, lapses, slides, relapses, dilapidates.
defeats (noun)defeats, downfalls, failures, overthrows, beatings.
fails (verb)flunks, busts, falls, stumbles, falters, flounders, flops, loses, fails, blunders.
failures (noun)flops, failures, debacles, busts, miscarriages, downfalls, fiascoes.
diseases (noun)spasms, illnesses, attacks, complaints, malaises, infections, bugs, debilities, fevers, agues, diseases, symptoms, disabilities, maladies, handicaps, curses, disorders, sicknesses, breakdowns, ailments, pestilences, conditions, complications, syndromes, affections, viruses, infirmities.
- colapses (31%)
- collaspes (21%)
- collapes (15%)
- collapeses (6%)
- collasps (5%)
- collispes (3%)
- collapessed (3%)
- collapsees (3%)
- collpases (3%)
- callapses (3%)
- collaspe (3%)
- clapses (3%)
- colaspas (3%)
- collasped (1%)
Examples of usage:1) " There now," exclaims Professor Ray Lankester on this, " I told you so; the theory collapses absolutely; his whole object and desire is to show that the hour- hand moves, and yet when it comes to the point, he is obliged to confess that he cannot see it do so." - "Luck or Cunning?", Samuel Butler.
2) All at once, and without warning, orders fall off, values begin to drop, business collapses, factories are shut down, and millions of men are thrown out of jobs. - "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society", Upton Sinclair.
3) " Those who cultivate common sense will always ignore the collapses which follow the disappearance of illusions. - "Common Sense Subtitle: How To Exercise It", Yoritomo-Tashi.