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  1. Decaying

    of Decay

Editors Contribution

  1. decaying

    rotting, decomposing, breaking down

    i saw a flower breaking down.


    Submitted by anonymous on January 26, 2014  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of decaying in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of decaying in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of decaying in a Sentence

  1. Laolu Akande:

    The vice president disclosed that other sovereign wealth funds have already indicated an interest in the fund, which would be used to address the nation's decaying road, rail and power infrastructures.

  2. Bill Gross:

    It is demand that must be increased - yes China must move more quickly to a consumer-based economy - but the developed world must play its part by abandoning its destructive emphasis on fiscal austerity, and begin to replace its rapidly decaying infrastructure that has been delayed for decades.

  3. Bill Gross:

    It is demand that must be increased – yes, China must move more quickly to a consumer-based economy but the developed world must play its part by abandoning its destructive emphasis on fiscal austerity, and begin to replace its rapidly decaying infrastructure that has been delayed for decades.

  4. Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin:

    The mice have got into ... wall cavities, into roof spaces. They’re dead but then they start obviously decaying and then the next problem is mites.

  5. Bill Gross:

    It is demand that must be increased – yes China must move more quickly to a consumer-based economy – but the developed world must play its part by abandoning its destructive emphasis on fiscal austerity, and begin to replace its rapidly decaying infrastructure that has been delayed for decades.

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