slump down

slump down

[for someone] to collapse and fall down; [for someone] to crumple. The shot hit Max and he slumped down. Suddenly, Mr. Wilson slumped down in pain.
See also: down, slump
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Fowler then self-destructed again at the last, taking a triple-bogey eight to slump down the leaderboard at Royal County Down.
JANUARY 19, 2003 BORO'S January blues continued as did their slump down the Premier League table.
The locals, like the majority of us, probably work nine to five, after which they most likely head to their version of Tesco for bits and bobs, do some housework and slump down in front of the telly before falling asleep and awaking to face the same rigmarole the next day.
He was clearly drunk and started to slump down again and had to be supported by police officers.
The NBC/WSJ pollsters have attributed this slump down in the President's public image to an accumulation of setbacks, including the NSA surveillance outing, America's Syrian faux pas, the government shutdown and increasing scrutiny of Obama's healthcare initiative.
But financial problems saw them slump down the leagues and McCall took over as manager in 2007 when they were in the bottom tier of English football, where they remain now.
The incident overshadowed what was otherwise a much-improved display from Arsenal, in stark contrast to recent lacklustre form which saw them slump down the Premier League table.
Instead, I slump down so far into my seat that I can barely see the screen.
And what a thing to have to slump down in front of, with the new panellists finally making the show.
Some supporters plan 'McLeish Out' protests against the manager at the stadium on Sunday following the claret and blues' slump down the top-flight table this season.
At the end of the day we slump down in the seats and think about how we work in a fantastic place.
amanwithaplan On the Welsh football team's slump down the FIFA World rankings: THE problem isn't skills, it's a major lack of passion from Gary Speed and 80% of the team.
The German reached the quarters at Wimbledon in 2009 before a serious ankle injury saw her slump down the rankings.
HAPPIER TIMES: Nick Dougherty before his slump down the rankings
Lee James, channel director for wine at Pernod, put the slump down to the demise of First Quench and a surplus of New Zealand wine on the market.