The whole system of declension and conjugation is subject to it.
A verb is a word capable of declension and conjugation also.
Although in all languages the verb is equally capable of declension, it is not equally declined.
How long have you been working at the first declension in the Latin grammar, Jamie?
She must now be middle-aged, but the decay of physical beauty is not so sad a spectacle as the mind's declension.
The declension will be gradual, but it will be perfectly steady.
Just as before, his declension begins with distrust; and just as before, dissimulation is the product of the distrustful spirit.
This is answered in the negative, by a load of debt, and the declension of trade.
Words like dominus and domina, that is, words where the declension is affected by the sex, are to be found even in English.
The good Maxime does not know a declension, but that does not matter.
mid-15c., ultimately from Latin declinationem (nominative declinatio), noun of action from past participle stem of declinare (see decline); perhaps via French; "the form is irregular, and its history obscure" [OED].