Thesaurus / die away

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I have seen the flames increase when agitated by waving the torch; and when no one shook it, I have seen them die away.

The wind did not increase in force nor, on the other hand, did it die away.

The voice seemed to die away into a drawl as weariness overcame me.

Combed OutFritz August Voigt

The dark recesses, those aisles into this cathedral, gave forth no sound, and even the ripplings of the current die away.

Life On The Mississippi, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

It lasted just into the youth of my contemporaries and myself, or perhaps a little longer, and then began to wane and die away.

When they are wanted, they dwindle, when they are wanted most urgently, they fade and die away altogether.

Liberalism and the Social ProblemWinston Spencer Churchill

Sometimes the movements of his fingers were so slow that the melody seemed to die away.

The Black BoxE. Phillips Oppenheim

For it does not die away by time, as political or domestic wrath does.

He begged and implored her not to die away beneath his kisses and embraces.

If we but sit passive, and leave their fate to time, they will die away in discouragement and despair.

The Colonel's DreamCharles W. Chesnutt
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