fade[ feyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF fade
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FADE
But where all things fade, how miserable to be the one that could not fade!
Methinks she will fade into the moonlight, which falls upon her through the window.
It is just because there are so many obstacles in the way of your love that it does not fade.
Fade at the Persian's foot, You that, our patrons were pledged, should never adorn a slave!
And when it died away, did not he fade with it—fade until the Ionian waters took him?
She was one of those blondes who fade rapidly after their thirtieth year.
As we went further and further eastward, the darkness began to fade.
On the third day they fade completely, and the development of the boll begins.
Wood of a white colour receives from the application of this liquid a beautiful yellow tinge, which is not liable to fade.
Indeed throughout the Republic he allows the lower ranks to fade into the distance.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FADE
- be done for
- be gone
- be lost
- be no more
- be swallowed up
- cease to exist
- come to naught
- die out
- drop out of sight
- end gradually
- fade away
- go south
- leave no trace
- melt away
- pass away
- take flight