Thesaurus / dwindle

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Sea ice in the Bering Sea, on the southern margin of the Arctic Ocean, dwindled to its smallest wintertime expanse in 5,500 years in 2018, new data show.
The decision to close a plant often heralds a chaotic time on the ground, as a dwindling team on site shoulders the responsibility of continuing to run a facility slated for closure.
UNMADE IN AMERICATATE RYAN-MOSLEYAUGUST 14, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Faced with closing stores and dwindling foot traffic, US mall owners have been looking beyond retailers to occupy their empty spaces.
The weather previously played a greater role in voter turnout, but the effects have been dwindling, researchers said.
When they are wanted, they dwindle, when they are wanted most urgently, they fade and die away altogether.
LIBERALISM AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMWINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL
Will the magnificent pretensions of the "Head of Navigation" dwindle into thin air?
THE HISTORY OF PERUHENRY S. BEEBE
But he seemed to dwindle and pine, somehow, and Cyril and I got dreadfully anxious about him.
LOVER OR FRIENDROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
There has to be a continual shepherding of the flock or the Church might dwindle sadly.
And if the pressure be strong, as it sometimes is, must they not dwindle away?
THE YOUNG MOTHERWILLIAM A. ALCOTT
When the novelty had worn off the profits began to dwindle and then ceased entirely.
FIFTH AVENUEARTHUR BARTLETT MAURICE

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