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Sentence count:37Posted:2017-02-01Updated:2017-02-01
Synonym: declinedecreasediminishlessenshrinksubsidewaste awaySimilar words: swindlekindlehandlebundleendlesshandlebara bundle ofspindlyMeaning: ['dwɪndl]  v. become smaller or lose substance. 
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1, In lakes, crustaceans, molluscs, leeches and mayflies dwindle, although predators remain more numerous, feeding on alternative prey.
2, K., and the numbers is expected to dwindle as many are taken over, merge or convert to banks.
3, The subs have allowed the twenty-two-point lead to dwindle to sixteen.
4, As gym classes dwindle, can kids keep fit?
5, Yes, he has. With every advance, our numbers dwindle.
6, Mila and Oa have watched their bank account dwindle down to almost nothing as they plan ahead each year and book their conference space.
7, As readily recoverable reserves dwindle in stable places such as North America and Australia, miners are forced to operate in more troublesome ones, such as Latin America and Africa.
8, His money dwindle away to nothing while traveling in europe.
9, Yet, as earth's other natural resources dwindle, nations eye the Antarctic as a final repository.
10, Savings will begin to dwindle as retirees run them down.
11, Your social invitations will 10 dwindle and your circle of friends will undoubtedly shrink.
12, However, if you become a superstar artist, the agent's 10 percent quickly starts to dwindle.
13, Unfortunately, as more and more of our little rivers and streams are converted into drains our fishing opportunities dwindle.
14, But the theaters hit a problem in the winter, when hens lay fewer eggs and audiences began to dwindle.
15, They start off so large and marvellous, then they dwindle away to nothing.
16, As the dragons fly further away they begin to dwindle.
17, The selection available on lots for immediate delivery will dwindle as the delivery of replacements falls further and further behind.
18, During his lifetime, the distinctive characteristics of his vocation had begun to dwindle.
19, But the machine also needs tending, and its food supplies must not dwindle, so labour is needed.
20, Required to spend more time with Matilda, Agnes finds that her encounters with the curate dwindle and almost cease altogether.
21, Our own days in the palm-frond houses seemed to dwindle as quickly as sand through a sieve.
22, If that trader gets slammed again,[http://sentencedict.com/dwindle.html] his buying power will dwindle down to nothing!
23, The number of people going to the cinema seems to dwindle steadily.
24, The minute you begin to forgive yourself, you start to dwindle.
25, Women usually had more than men, and the amount tended to dwindle with age.
26, In that day there will be no light ; the luminaries will dwindle.
27, With the cool weather of the fall season, most lawn and garden pests and diseases begin to dwindle away .
28, If I continues to endure you a little longer, I may dwindle into a wife.
29, Females become rare, causing fewer young dinosaurs to be born and species to dwindle to extinction.
30, When there is no rain for a long time, water supplies often dwindle.
More similar words: swindlekindlehandlebundleendlesshandlebara bundle ofspindlywindywindowwind upwind downsandwichworldwidebarbed wireaccord withbe connected withfriendlyby and largeunfriendlyidlewinaddlesidletwinwingpeddleneedlepuddlemeddle
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