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All lesser interests had dwindled and grown poor; her life seemed flickering out like a taper in the breeze.
For reasons that are not too clear to me, it has dwindled away of late.
SOUTH AMERICA TO-DAYGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
The numbers of the Igazipuza had dwindled frightfully; all cohesion among them was at an end.
Robert's dream was dim and the fire of his ambition had dwindled, but he went on bravely.
Even McTeague himself, big boned and enormous as he was, shrank and dwindled in the presence of the monster.
MCTEAGUEFRANK NORRIS
Eventually they withered and dwindled and were in the end no different from the uninoculated grass.
Nearly all have disappeared, and the town has dwindled into one-third its former size.
They were a dwindling group of infinitely bright sparks which seemed to group themselves more closely as they dwindled.
SPACE TUGMURRAY LEINSTER
The glare from the burning cabin faded, the flaming mass itself shrunk until it looked a burning bush, then dwindled to a star.
PRISONERS OF HOPEMARY JOHNSTON
She seemed to feel such distances of life extending yet beyond her sight as dwindled her, tiny and innocent.
THE COAST OF CHANCEESTHER CHAMBERLAIN

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