Thesaurus / fade
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Whatever faint associations it might once have held fade away, especially when the discover was neither famous nor narrow, and the reader is several generations removed.
WHY MATHEMATICIANS SHOULD STOP NAMING THINGS AFTER EACH OTHER - ISSUE 89: THE DARK SIDELAURA BALLSEPTEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
There was no color to fade from her face, but the light died from her eyes, and the word faltered on her lips.
BROUGHT HOMEHESBA STRETTON
The sound of its voice seemed to fade away with the dying wind, and the Haunted Man was alone.
THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP AND OTHER TALESBRET HARTE
These are splendidly grouped and combined; gradually they fade into mysterious horizons.
YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS
Taste is the first to fade, and then the smell; hearing follows, and touch yields last of all, and is most readily re-excited.
SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTSWILLIAM A. HAMMOND
It would be pleasant if in purchasing silk or cloth one had not to pause and consider "will it fade?"
ARTS AND CRAFTS ESSAYSVARIOUS
By the time it invades the legs it has begun to fade on the face.
THE EUGENIC MARRIAGE, VOLUME IV. (OF IV.)GRANT HAGUE
Seems as she wanted to turn it all around so's it'd fade away under the stove an' fray out in the corner where it don't show.
SUSAN CLEGG AND A MAN IN THE HOUSEANNE WARNER
WORDS RELATED TO 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
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