Thesaurus / fade out
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Ann said no more, but the indignant sparkle did not fade out of her eyes at all.
THE POT OF GOLDMARY E. WILKINS
The boundaries of nations, and of races, fade out and vanish.
The great blue eyes with which the young lady had regarded him as she paid the toll would not fade out of his mind.
THE CAPTAIN'S TOLL-GATEFRANK R. STOCKTON
Was she not one of those images which fade out of our remembrance, becoming ever paler and more shadowy?
THE CHOICE OF LIFEGEORGETTE LEBLANC
Their lips met, and then Mary Ann seemed to fade out of the room in a blur of mist.
Such a woman need have no fear that she will fade out of a human heart.
FAMOUS AMERICAN STATESMENSARAH KNOWLES BOLTON
Be content to fade out of life without a murmur whenever the Master of life shall breathe upon your tiny flame!
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
As he watched her the light seemed to fade out of her countenance, and over it came a cloud.
Some people are born with bluish splotches on their skin, but they fade out while they're children.
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
I wrote to father the other day, but I had to write in pencil, and I'm so afraid it will all fade out when it goes over the ocean.
THE BUILDERSELLEN GLASGOW

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