Thesaurus / wane

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The idea of putting in eight hours a day, five days a week was already on the wane for many millennial and Gen Z workers, long before the arrival of Covid-19.
The waxing in those Wall Street staples as the results in consumer wane is what’s supporting JPMorgan in the crisis.
Some might believe bureaucracy is on the wane, that it’s headed for the same fate as landline telephones or gas­-powered cars.
The moon was a ribbon-thin waning crescent, and I found the vast dark, with no city lights, almost terrifying to take in.
And it was at this time when their love story was at wane that I became a competitor.
Where there is no growth, decay has already set in; if there be no waxing of the powers, they have already begun to wane.
The summer began to wane, and a sharp chill in the air warned Dame Grumble that winter was not far away.
THE GREEN FOREST FAIRY BOOKLORETTA ELLEN BRADY
Apart from the piano work, the special teaching of elegant accomplishments seems just at present on the wane.
Even after repeated expeditions had discounted the exuberant optimism of this description, the Englishmen's faith did not wane.
OUR FOREIGNERSSAMUEL P. ORTH
There were times when she feared that nature was on the wane, but she still took excellent care of herself.
HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS

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