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dwinВ·dle (dw n dl) v. dwinВ·dled, dwinВ·dling, dwinВ·dles. v.intr. To become gradually less until little remains. v.tr. To cause to dwindle. See Synonyms at decrease.

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verb (used without object) 1. to become smaller and smaller; shrink; waste away: His vast fortune has dwindled away. 2. to fall away, as in quality; degenerate. verb ...

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Our energy dwindled as the meeting dragged on. The town's population is dwindling away. Origin of DWINDLE. probably frequentative of dwine to waste away, from Middle English ...

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dwindle v. , -dled , -dling , -dles . v.intr. To become gradually less until little remains. v.tr. To cause to dwindle

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Quick definitions from WordNet (dwindle) в–ё verb: become smaller or lose substance ("Her savings dwindled down")

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verb (used without object) 1. to become smaller and smaller; shrink; waste away: His vast fortune has dwindled away. 2. to fall away, as in quality; degenerate. verb ...

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to keep on becoming or making smaller or less; diminish; shrink

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See: consume , decrease , deduct , depreciate , diminish , ebb , lessen , reduce , subside