die away[ dahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF die away
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But no, he might die away from home, and that would disgrace their Caste.
And in a few years the clamour will cease, the din will die away.
About four miles had been covered when the breeze began to die away.
"Then—" the laugh grew heartier, finally, however, to die away.
If that love was to be starved and die away, it would not be because of any moral scruples.
What had caused his exuberance to die away, his enthusiasm to grow dim?
The words seemed to die away on her lips as she pronounced them.
But that seemed to die away, and again all was utterly silent.
The wind did not increase in force nor, on the other hand, did it die away.
She heard the wheels of the carriage on the circle—yet she listened to them die away.