diminish

[ dih-min-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF diminish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIMINISH

We cannot increase or diminish God's holiness by anything that we do.

Night brought no change, unless it was to diminish the force of the wind.

Nor will it diminish in your estimation, John, which money might.'

Nevertheless the amount of custom at Mr. Farnham's did not diminish much.

The refinement and the multiplicity of pleasures also diminish the attractions of marriage.

It is not necessary for this that it should diminish the energy of its eternal theme—love.

Boughs, in consequence of this law, must diminish where they divide.

And when it becomes greater or less or equal it must grow or diminish or be equalized?

The room seemed to diminish in size, while the objects about her drew 268 nearer and nearer.

An ill Hand may diminish, but a good Hand cannot augment its Beauty.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DIMINISH

demonize

verbturn into an evil spirit
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