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  • as inflagging
  • as inlessening
  • as incontraction
  • as indecline
  • as indecrease
  • as inebb
  • as infall
  • as innosedive

synonyms for dwindling

  • fading
  • listless
  • sagging
  • slumping
  • waning
  • weakening
  • drooping
  • fatigued
  • languishing
  • limp
  • slacking
  • tired
  • tiring
  • droopy
  • languorous
  • leaden
  • lethargic
  • spiritless
  • weak
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antonyms for dwindling

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  • energized
  • refreshed
    • enlargement
    • increase
    • expansion
    • opening
    • amplification
    • dilation
    • extension
    • lengthening
    • spread
    • stretch
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    How to use dwindling in a sentence

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    Letting a species or variety dwindle to just a few individuals is a conservation nightmare.
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    So, once Rouches gets it up the winding highway, she usually stays for a while—or at least until the storm cycle dwindles.
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    Still, others argue that preserving snow days is the least schools can do to keep at least one of the dwindling number of school-year rituals intact.
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    In the longer term, domestic rivals in China could benefit from Huawei’s dwindling chip supply, as consumers grow wary of buying a phone from a brand with an uncertain future.
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    Outdoor heaters have dwindling returns with every gust of icy wind.
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    However, as winter approached and the songs dwindled, the whales switched to singing during the daytime.
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    Rivera’s customers vanished almost immediately, and his business dwindled.
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    He sees ZEV credit sales dwindling to much lower numbers by the start of 2024.
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    WORDS RELATED TO DWINDLING

    • abbreviating
    • abbreviation
    • abridgment
    • compression
    • condensation
    • condensing
    • confinement
    • confining
    • constriction
    • curtailing
    • curtailment
    • cutting down
    • decrease
    • decreasing
    • deflating
    • deflation
    • diminishing
    • diminution
    • drawing together
    • dwindling
    • elision
    • evaporating
    • evaporation
    • lessening
    • narrowing
    • omission
    • omitting
    • receding
    • recession
    • reducing
    • reduction
    • shrinkage
    • shrinking
    • tensing
    • tightening
    • withdrawal
    • withdrawing
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