Definition of stagnancy in English:

stagnancy

noun

  • See stagnant

    • ‘The huge bauxite mines which surround Linden have been idle for several years and the national government has been actively searching for a solution to this region's economic stagnancy.’
    • ‘The stagnancy of national politics only seems to make them more eager to get involved.’
    • ‘You have to give children confidence or they will be fearful, and fear leads to stagnancy.’
    • ‘This book is an unremitting account of misery, privation, and pointlessness in a world of dun landscapes, tormenting insects, malnutrition, and cultural stagnancy.’
    • ‘At best, this is a movie populated by flashes of brilliance among its general stagnancy.’

Pronunciation

stagnancy

/ˈstaɡnənsi/