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Decline

A situation in which a stock or other security that has dropped in price over a given period. For example, if a stock opens at $5 and closes at $4.45, it is said to have declined for that trading day.

decline

A decrease in the price of a security.
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No longer is it the bland station of easy listening and easily forgettable presenters that you tuned into to while away your declining years.
He is getting old now and wants to receive the best medical attention in his declining years.
Although he had already suffered many illnesses and had considered himself at age 54 to have reached his declining years, at age 65 he took up a vigorous schedule at Mount Vernon upon leaving the presidency.
This is where "fairness" comes in: It is only fair that everyone receive a certain guaranteed minimum payment for their declining years.
Men (women being barred until 1928) passed the entry exam in their youth and then practiced a more lucrative profession for years; upon becoming candidates for official notarial positions in their declining years they claimed the "exam seniority" points allowed by law to win appointment over younger and probably more qualified applicants; some, however, offered instead to sell withdrawal of their candidacy to the highest bidder among the remaining aspirants.
There are now a number of other ways for us to be sexual, leave home, become adults, have and raise children, divide up the work of life, or spend our declining years.
Box: (Color) ORION: The glory years; The declining years (See text)
The book closes with an account of the social and historical changes affecting Naples in Sannazaro's declining years.
Current and projected debt service coverage is high and remained so even during the declining years.