|(British) destroy, annihilate; strike suddenly, make a surprise assault, opening allowing drainage from building, opening for draining water from deck, opening for draining water from the deck of a ship (Nautical), sink ship, wreck or ruin something||scupper|
|a rush or run, coal container, destroy something, move with short fast steps, run or move quickly, scamper, scurry; cause a ship to sink by opening or creating holes in its hull, quick movement, scurry; hatch on the deck or side of a ship; container fo...||scuttle|
|arrange; resolve, clear up; put in order; determine; pay a debt or bill; populate, fill with inhabitants; inhabit, establish a residence; sink to the bottom; calm, quiet; come to rest, land, assign property, bench with arm rests and a high back (usuall...||settle|
|artificial waterway, channel water away from, duct; emptying of liquid; hole in sink or bathtub used for emptying water; (British) sewer pipe, device to remove fluid from wound, discharge into something, draw out (liquid); flow out (liquid); empty slow...||drain|
|basin for washing hands, bowl, washbowl, sink||washbasin|
|bathroom, washroom, room with a sink and toilet; toilet; wash basin, sink, washbasin||lavatory|
|be bogged down, break down, crumple, establisher; one who casts, one who molds; one who establishes a channel, one who gives authorization to operate a channel (Computers), fill with water and sink; fall; fail; stumble; cause to sink, laminitis, make o...||founder|
|be dispirited, hang or bend down limply, hanging down, sagging, sinking, sink; wilt, drop, fall; let sink or drop||droop|
|be eatable or drinkable, be received, be remembered, crash, fail to achieve bridge tricks, go below horizon, leave university at the end of term, malfunction, sink beneath something, suffer disgrace, take place||go down|
|become weaker or lose intensity, bend under weight, decline in strength, drift leeward, droop, sink, decline; depression, drooping part; temporary decline, brief drop, fall in value, leeward drift, place where something sags, slump; become loose, slacken||sag|
|belittle somebody, catch somebody eventually, cause ship to sink, criticize; run over, hit with a vehicle; chase and capture; become exhausted; make less valuable, dilapidated, ramshackle; exhausted, weakened, hit somebody with a vehicle, read somethin...||run down|
|can be sunk, can be caused to sink||sinkable|
|cause to stick in mud, dirty with mud; cause to sink in mud, soil||bemire|
|collapse, decrease, economic recession, fall, collapse; droop, slouch; decline, deteriorate; sink down, settle, period of poor performance, sudden decrease; drooping posture, slouch; collapse; period of time in which performance is poor, slouched posture||slump|
|depression in ground with underground stream, low-lying area in which water collects, sink, sunken area||sinkhole|
|destroy or sink a ship; be sunk, be destroyed (of a ship); shatter, destroy, ruin, destroy ship, destruction, involve somebody in shipwreck, remains of a destroyed ship; destruction or sinking of a ship; destruction, ruin something, sinking or destruct...||shipwreck|
|diminish in intensity, drop to lower level, gradually sit or lie down, sink lower, descend, decline; settle to the bottom; abate, dwindle, lessen, decrease, sink to bottom of liquid||subside|
|doomed to failure, ruined, beyond help (Informal), Past tense of sink||sunk|
|doughnut, downward curving baseball pitch, person or thing that sinks; weight used to sink a line or net; donut or muffin (Slang); type of pitch that drops toward the ground as it approaches home plate (Baseball), weight used in fishing||sinker|
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