Thesaurus / die out

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No, no; I am going to die out here, and lie in the soft grass under that heliotrope there.
NUOVAVERNON KELLOGG
Said another: "The waive note is good for twenty years and when you sign one you must either pay out or die out."
Yet it was a sort of breathing that would make one expect to hear it die out in a final sigh at any minute.
In the succession of the older Formations the species and genera of trilobites do change, and then they all die out.
But love for leading play-house factions did not die out in his family.
And, as he watched her, the life seemed to die out of his face as well as his eyes.
NELL, OF SHORNE MILLSCHARLES GARVICE
The only use to which I put it, however, was to buy back Lantrig, the home of a stock that will die out with me.
DEAD MAN'S ROCKSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Let us turn back again to the question of whether family life is going to die out.
But it is my pleasure that it shall not die out—on the contrary, that it shall become more and more ardent.
They die out of the city every evening, and are born into it with newness of life every morning.
THE WORLD ON WHEELS AND OTHER SKETCHESBENJAMIN F. (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN) TAYLOR

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