diminuendo

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The diminuendo of his footsteps was agreeable to Doggies ear.

He stood where he was listening to the diminuendo whisper of her dress.

There were twenty paces crescendo, a pause, and then twenty diminuendo.

Carefully observe the effects of crescendo < and diminuendo >.

You, perhaps, do not like to play this place crescendo, but diminuendo.

The song is then continuous, but always with an alternation of crescendo and diminuendo.

The plot never flags and has no diminuendo after the death of Ajax.

The final note of "Memories" died away in a diminuendo wail, and the musician almost collapsed into Seaton's arms.

This injunction, given in a diminuendo cadence, was quickly obeyed, and all was silence for a moment or two.

It had fine crescendo and diminuendo passages, and only died hard, after a chain of intermittent "Ha-ha's."

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