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For as if a cold gust of wind had passed over them, they all dwindled and paled.

Three neighbours had fallen off on the road, the ten had dwindled into seven.

By the time, however, that he reached the fortress his procession had dwindled by more than half.

Thus the great adventure of Redon dwindled to insignificance.

It lifted slowly, and rose, and rose, and dwindled to a speck high in the air.

From sobbing, Miss Winthrop dwindled to sniveling, and there she stopped.

It roared as he worked at the mechanism, then dwindled again.

Later she dwindled to a prayer that she might capture a man who was "tol'able well-to-do."

The band had dwindled much, in the month since they left Dijon.

On August 9th when the party left Pembina behind, their number had dwindled.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.