Similar words: diminish, finished, diminution, diminutive, punished, finish, burnished, astonished. Meaning: [dɪ'mɪnɪʃ] adj. 1. impaired by diminution 2. (of an organ or body part) diminished in size or strength as a result of disease or injury or lack of use 3. (of musical intervals) reduction by a semitone of any perfect or minor musical interval 4. made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth).
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1) The dry spell quickly diminished our water suply.
2) His strength has diminished over the years.
3) The party's share of the electorate has diminished steadily.
4) The threat of nuclear war has diminished.
5) Several unpopular decisions diminished the governor's popularity.
6) The campers 'food supply gradually diminished as the days wore on.
7) He never put her down or diminished her.
8) His influence has diminished with time.
9) The governor's popularity has diminished.
10) Several unpopular measures diminished the government's popularity.
11) This could mean diminished public support for the war.
12) Unforeseen expenses diminished our savings.
13) The country diminished the revenue by reducing tax.
14) His illness diminished his strength.
15) These memories will not be diminished by time.
16) Rising unemployment has diminished the bargaining power of people with jobs.
17) The accused pleaded not guilty on grounds of diminished responsibility.
18) What he did has seriously diminished him in many people's eyes.
19) Suddenly the wind diminished and the seas grew calm again.
20) Their food supply gradually diminished as the days wore on.
21) Capper admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
22) Mexico's financial difficulties increased rather than diminished.
23) Perhaps the glow was diminished by the autumn.
24) It swelled, diminished,(http://sentencedict.com/diminished.html) and swelled again like an oratorio.
25) New competitors quickly diminished the company's market dominance.
26) The time Foreman spent with his children gradually diminished.
27) This will now allow a plea of diminished responsibility.
28) He was found not guilty of murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
29) He denies murder but admits manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
30) They thus increased their annual grain production rather than diminished it.
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