dwindling

[ dwin-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dwindling

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DWINDLING

Cave-walls and roof all shrinking, dwindling, drawing down upon him.

Great distances here, in relation to the giant globe, were dwindling!

My poor father's health and his income were dwindling together.

Even the thunder had rolled away, dwindling to a deep mutter.

Below him was a shrinking, dwindling landscape, wind-swept and desolate.

His great arms were unbelievably powerful, but I could feel them dwindling.

How was he to pay up the liabilities of his bank shares from his dwindling practice?

There was a funny side about this dwindling of the strength, too.

Dwindling smaller, dimmer, until in a moment it was gone into the Unknown.

Could he possibly prevent her whole relation to him from altering and dwindling?

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