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An earlier trial of the vaccine reported that 60% of the 1,000 participants experienced side effects, including fever, headaches, and muscle pain, but they were all mild and subsided shortly.

The hype has subsided as Google Home and Amazon smart speakers have, so far, failed to become the market-changing devices many had anticipated.

Ideally, as burnout subsides you’ll notice happier, more productive employees.

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Even when unburned, dried peat rapidly decomposes, releasing carbon and causing the ground surface to subside, or sink, toward sea level faster than sea level is rising.

Some are considering keeping such direct assistance in place indefinitely, or at least until the economic shocks subside.

As mourning time progressed and the emotional strain began to subside, the black hues began to lighten.

His faith in a higher power helped his fear subside as he patiently waited to be rescued.

During the rest of the day the young woman relaxes and heals, waiting for the swelling on her face to subside.

The fear and the flashbacks subside, especially if they get help.

And then, as the tremors begin to subside, Miyazaki cuts to a close-up of the ground: gray pebbles, a green weed.

You've got a splendid chance can spend what you like and rule in society and he'll subside into a tame spaniel.

Twitted by the other passengers, they soon subside, and presently the car grows quiet.

The family watched the water subside until all the old land-marks were once more visible.

At this mention of his real name, Dangerfields anger, curiously enough, seemed to subside.

This she does for ten or fifteen minutes, after which the curd is allowed to subside, and the whey is drawn off.


On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subside, such as: abate, descend, diminish, dwindle, ease, and ease off.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.