fade out[ feyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF fade out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FADE OUT
If it would only fade out, so that she might sleep, she was so tired!
Then we must fade out of Anasirene just as one by one the flowers have all faded.
The boundaries of nations, and of races, fade out and vanish.
If we stand firm the affair will fade out, and Dick will forget all about it.
Ann said no more, but the indignant sparkle did not fade out of her eyes at all.
The hoofbeats actually seemed to fade out and draw away at one time.
Here she sighed; the light died out of her eyes, and the freshness of the morn seemed to fade out of her face.
The attacking thoughts may become less violent, or your resistance greater, in either of which cases the condition will fade out.
Adieu, my dull friends,” said he; “I am tired of a quiet life: a little more, and I should fade out entirely!
I have a strong impression that the race must fade out of the States very fast.