diminished[ dih-min-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF diminished
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIMINISHED
She felt weak and diminished, small, like a very little child.
Her establishment was not only diminished, but her servants reduced to half-pay.
Her satisfaction would have diminished could she have read his mind.
All this time, my taste for ships rather increased than diminished.
Everybody ought to go to meeting; but the dividends must not be diminished.
Of this latter power, his age had diminished but not destroyed the influence.
By doing so, it simply hampered faith and diminished its own prestige.
Though there was no daylight yet, the darkness was diminished, and the stars looked pale.
It looks as if the Septuagenarian were ashamed of a diminished calf.
Their children had diminished no other's share, each had come with his or her own means of subsistence.