wilting

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present participle of wilt
causing to become limp or drooping
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Second-person singular present tense of will
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To droop or become limp and flaccid (as a dying leaf or flower)
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To cause to fatigue; to exhaust
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The act of wilting or the state of being wilted
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{i} male first name (short form of Wilton)
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{i} drooping, withering; disease in plants
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Loss of rigidity and drooping of plant parts generally caused by insufficient water in the plant Also, a disease characterised by loss of turgidity and collapse of leaves, typically caused by vascular infection by a fungus or bacterium
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{f} wither, become limp, lose freshness; lose spirit; weaken; become weak
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To cause to begin to wither; to make flaccid, as a green plant
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causing to become limp or drooping any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling; usually caused by parasites attacking the roots become limp; "The flowers wilted"
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any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling; usually caused by parasites attacking the roots
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become limp; "The flowers wilted"
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A disease (or symptom) characterized by a loss of turgidity in a plant (e g , vascular wilt) (16)
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To begin to wither; to lose freshness and become flaccid, as a plant when exposed when exposed to drought, or to great heat in a dry day, or when separated from its root; to droop
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causing to become limp or drooping
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to wither
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sing
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lose strength; "My opponent was wilting
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If a plant wilts, it gradually bends downwards and becomes weak because it needs more water or is dying. The roses wilted the day after she bought them
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lose strength; "My opponent was wilting"
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To apply heat so as to cause dehydration and a droopy appearance
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of Will
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If someone wilts, they become weak or tired, or lose confidence. She soon wilted in the morning heat The government wilted in the face of such powerful pressure. A second person singular present tense of will. thou wilt you will
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To cause to droop or become limp and flaccid (as a flower)
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To fatigue; to lose strength
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A plant disease in which bacteria invade the vessels of herbaceous plants, interfere with movement of water and nutrients, and produce certain toxins that cause wilting and the eventual death of the plant
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2d pers
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Any of various plant diseases characterized by wilting
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Drooping of foliage from lack of water
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Hence, to cause to languish; to depress or destroy the vigor and energy of
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archaic, form of Second-person singular present tense, will
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    Türkische aussprache

    wîltîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈwəltəɴɢ/ /ˈwɪltɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'wilt ] (verb.) circa 1691. alteration of earlier welk, from Middle English welken, probably from Middle Dutch; akin to Old High German erwelkEn to wilt.

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