What is the opposite of flourishing?

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Adjective
Opposite of marked by vigorous growth and well-being especially economically
Adjective
Opposite of marked by much life, movement, or activity
Adjective
Opposite of enjoying health and vigor
“Stupidity isn't the same as being ill, but stupidity can convince you that it's the same thing.”
Adjective
Opposite of bringing wealth and success
Adjective
Opposite of having the ability to produce financial growth or gain
“This is an unprofitable business and some big decisions will need to be made soon on its future.”
Adjective
(of vegetation) Opposite of rich and profuse in growth
Adjective
Opposite of having goods, property, or money in abundance
“There is an impoverished community of farmers just on the outer reaches of this city.”
Adjective
Opposite of having life
Adjective
Opposite of growing thickly and vigorously
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Opposite of escalating or expanding
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Opposite of in good condition
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Opposite of growing luxuriantly or profusely
Adjective
Opposite of producing a surplus
Adjective
Opposite of circulating quickly
Adjective
Opposite of teeming with plant and animal life
“It is said that this area was barren in its early beginnings, but its founder cultivated it to become a viable territory.”
Adjective
Opposite of in an acceptable state or position
“Conditions are poor right now, but we are hopeful of some impending improvement.”
Noun
(of plants or species) Opposite of the process of maturation
“The withering of plants can be accelerated through the use of herbicide.”
Noun
(of businesses or enterprises) Opposite of increasing in market share and reach
“The decline of the company was rapid after several competitors began to encroach on its market share.”
Noun
Opposite of the way in which something progresses or develops
Verb
(of a living organism) Opposite of present participle for to grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to wave (something) about to attract attention
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