OTHER WORDS FROM flaggingflag·ging·ly, adverb
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The display features a replica bedroom and bathroom aimed at flagging signs of opioid abuse, such as prescription bottles with no prescription sticker on them and containing non-matching pills.Fatal opioid overdoses are up by the hundreds, devastating families and worrying officials|Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff, Jasmine Hilton|July 8, 2021|Washington Post
She says a higher-than-normal prevalence of underlying health issues combined with high uninsurance rates and flagging access to care likely made the pandemic especially lethal for those living along the border.In Texas-Mexico Border Towns, COVID-19 Has Had an Unconscionably High Death Toll|René Kladzyk, Phil Galewitz and Elizabeth Lucas | El Paso Matters and KHN|June 22, 2021|Time
Either way, it’s a bold introduction to a mass-market collection Gap is expecting to help revitalize its flagging brand and expects to be worth $1 billion in annual sales within eight years, if not sooner.Is Kanye West’s zipperless puffer the start of Gap’s revival?|Marc Bain|June 8, 2021|Quartz
That was certainly the case last year, when the company’s latest 5G devices provided much needed relief in an otherwise flagging mobile market.
Children are falling behind, teachers are stressed and sick, and the non-Ivy League universities are seeing flagging attendance while debts rack up.
Her normally flagging energy at that hour was surprisingly robust.
Sounds to me like Pew conducted its survey by flagging down cars full of stoned teenagers and asking nosy questions.P.J. on the Owl-Monkey Project and the Science of Chick Flicks|P. J. O’Rourke|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Within Aleppo, the Assad regime controls the balance of power, but its public support is flagging.Aleppo Conflict Map Shows Assad’s Control By Neighborhood|David Kilcullen, Nate Rosenblatt|March 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But it is how parties to disputes begin flagging a change in course and a willingness to compromise.
Even humor, the usual respite of the British, seems to be flagging in the wake of an unusually grey winter.
She was utterly tired out; she longed for something to inspire her flagging strength.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
More, she used all her influence to keep up the feeling for him in the country, to prevent flagging of enthusiasm.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
With a clear, firm voice he roused the flagging courage of the villagers, reformed their ranks and led them to the charge.A short history of Rhode Island|George Washington Greene
It took all of his strength, but it moved, complaining as it slid along the flagging.Hunters Out of Space|Joseph Everidge Kelleam
He laid her gently upon the flagging, and ran to the Hall for water.The Secret Witness|George Gibbs