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Sentence count:43+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-20Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: stagnantSimilar words: attributea bundle ofcontributedistributecontributorcontributioncontribute todistributionMeaning: ['mɑrɪbʌnd ,'mɔ /'mɒ-]  adj. 1. not growing or changing; without force or vitality 2. being on the point of death; breathing your last. 
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1. The region's heavy industry is still inefficient and moribund.
2. The moribund Post Office Advisory Board was replaced.
3. The patient was moribund by the time the doctor arrived.
4. The Board is trying to stimulate the moribund economy.
5. Not that there is anything moribund about her career.
6. The moribund, quasi-clerical state of the universities owed much to this fact.
7. Reviving the moribund nuclear industry would be tough and unpopular, and could take many years to produce more power.
8. With inflation apparently moribund, a big jump in rates seems unlikely.
9. Dinosaurs could not have been moribund because they were still diversifying into new orders.
10. The British music scene is nostalgic, decrepit and moribund.
11. Imperialism is monopolistic, parasitic and moribund capitalism.
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12. The few birds seen anywhere were moribund.
13. In the moribund patient deepening coma are the usual preludes to death.
14. For more on the group, check out the moribund official Web site.
15. How can the Trade Department be revived from its present moribund state?
16. A cut in interest rates will help the country's moribund housing market.
17. It has staged a remarkable recovery from the apparently moribund state of the late fifties and early sixties.
18. Chancellor Norman Lamont is being urged to boost the moribund housing market in his autumn statement on November 12.
19. At first the arrival of considerable numbers of Benn-recruited Right-Ons in moribund inner-city Labour Party branches went unnoticed.
20. In patrilineal descent groups, he argued, the individual family and private property were prominent and the communal principle already moribund.
21. Unfortunately, theological colleges give little specialist training in the area of new church planting or moribund church rejuvenation.
22. As seasons passed, the priest could account for only eleven baptized people, moribund infants all.
23. And with all of this expansion under way, companies have virtually no incentive to revive moribund refineries.
24. The central bank said it would stop supporting the rouble and promised that cheap credits to moribund industries will be phased out.
25. President Reagan is probably right in thinking that private companies could introduce innovations to what has become rather a moribund operation.
26. Boxing in the early 60s', largely controlled by the Mob, was in a moribund state until Muhammad Ali—Cassius Clay, in those days—appeared on the scene.
27. But just a year before first phase was to have been completed, the site is moribund.
28. While doubts lingered about the ability of bond purchases to kick start a moribund economy, there was a sense in the market that the Fed was open to doing more if the recovery remains sluggish.
29. Shares in both companies fell about 3 percent as investors feared intense competition could lure away buyers of e-books, the fastest-growing segment in a moribund bookselling industry.
30. The government can take the opportunity to privatise more moribund state companies.
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