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Adjective: sunk  súngk
  1. Doomed to extinction
    - done for, undone, washed-up
Verb: sink (sank,sunk)  singk
  1. Fall or descend to a lower place or level
    "He sank to his knees";
    - drop, drop down
  2. Cause to sink
    "The Japanese sank American ships in Pearl Harbor"
  3. Pass into a specified state or condition
    "He sank into nirvana";
    - pass, lapse
  4. Go under
    "The raft sank and its occupants drowned";
    - settle, go down, go under
  5. Descend into or as if into some soft substance or place
    "He sank into bed";
    - subside
  6. Appear to move downward
    "The setting sun sank below the tree line";
    - dip
  7. Fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly
    "The real estate market sank";
    - slump, fall off
  8. Fall or sink heavily
    "My spirits sank";
    - slump, slide down
  9. Embed deeply
    "She sank her fingers into the soft sand";
    - bury

See also: sink in, unsuccessful

Type of: break, cave in, change posture, collapse, come down, decline, descend, displace, drop, embed, engraft, fall, fall in, founder, give, give way, go down, imbed, implant, move, plant

Antonym: float

Encyclopedia: Sunk

Sink, West Virginia