See bearish.

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  • bearish — adjective Date: 1744 1. resembling a bear in build or in roughness, gruffness, or surliness < a bearish man > 2. a. marked by, tending to cause, or fearful of falling prices (as in a stock market) < bearish investors > b …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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