We know that more money is not the answer to the stagnation in public education.
Others face career uncertainty and stagnation as promotion rates continue to drop for both enlisted and officers.
Their nagging problems on offense—simply put, stagnation and an overreliance on one-on-one action—never went away.
It could lead to a real tragedy of a double dip recession, and the kind of stagnation that Japan experienced in the 90's.
A strong majority of Americans is fed up with stagnation, with inequality, with the unfairness of the economic system.
There is an intensive life at a few great political or industrial centres, and wide areas where there is stagnation and decay.
Such a thing as absolute rest, or stagnation, is unknown in the universe.
One by one the other misguided ones of the Long Trail came dropping into camp to meet the general depression and stagnation.
The revolution had caused a stagnation in all the departments of commerce and of revenue.
Her lively chatter and ceaseless questions left her mother and Grannie small chance of stagnation.
stagnation stag·na·tion (stāg-nā'shən)
The retardation or cessation of the flow of blood in the blood vessels, as in passive congestion.
The accumulation of a normally circulating fluid in a part or an organ.