decrescent

[ dih-kres-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF decrescent

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Ensigned on the top as before all betwixt a decrescent and a star in fess or.

The word neap is derived from the Saxon; it signifies low, decrescent, 120 and is used only of the tide.

It had now a different sound, as there is a different note in the ascending and decrescent song of the lark.

The clock was striking two, as they reached Tom quad, and the decrescent moon to contradict him was already above the roofs.

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