dwindle

[ dwin-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dwindle

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Somehow her parts seemed always to dwindle this way in retrospect.

Was that not less dishonourable than to bid him remain and dwindle as she looked at him?

"Please, Dwindle," Jones moaned, pressing his palms to his eyes.

Dwindle, sitting on his left, suddenly punched him vigorously in the ribs.

"Maybe he just wants clarification on a question," Dwindle said.

"Over all, ninety-six per cent for Mr. Smith," Dwindle said for the fourth time.

"I hope we don't have to use pressure, sir," Dwindle replied.

It doesn't matter that you failed to find this man, because Dwindle succeeded.

How he seemed to dwindle into nothing beside the great work that he was called to do!

In the course of the year the incidents will grow or will dwindle strangely.

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