dwindle

[v] - become smaller or lose substance
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Dwindle

Dwin'dle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dwindled ; present participle & verbal noun Dwindling .] [ From Middle English dwinen to languish, waste away, Anglo-Saxon dwīnan ; akin to LG. dwinen ,...
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Dwindle

Dwin'dle transitive verb 1. To make less; to bring low. « Our drooping days are dwindled down to naught.» Thomson. 2. To break; to disperse. [ R.] Clarendon.
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Dwindle

Dwin'dle noun The process of dwindling; dwindlement; decline; degeneracy. [ R.] Johnson.
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dwindle

dwindle away verb become smaller or lose substance; `Her savings dwindled down`
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Dwindle

• (n.) The process of dwindling; dwindlement; decline; degeneracy. • (v. t.) To make less; to bring low. • (v. i.) To diminish; to become less; to shrink; to waste or consume away; to become degenerate; to fall away. • (v. t.) To break; to disperse.
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dwindle

become smaller or lose substance
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