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Sentence count:66+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-11Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: declinedecreasediminishlessenSimilar words: subsidyside by sidesubsistsideasidebesidebesidesoutsiderMeaning: [səb'saɪd]  v. 1. wear off or die down 2. sink to a lower level or form a depression 3. sink down or precipitate 4. descend into or as if into some soft substance or place. 
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(1) His rage was beginning to subside.
(2) Eventually the flood waters began to subside.
(3) Weak foundations caused the house to subside.
(4) There is a danger that many homes will subside because of the drought.
(5) After a few minutes, the amylum began to subside.
(6) She waited nervously for his anger to subside.
(7) An hour later[sentencedict.com/subside.html], the flood waters began to subside.
(8) The former began to subside as the managers progressed through the year; the latter, however, would remain.
(9) To choose his own meal and subside into prayer.
(10) Side effects of the drug tend to subside as time passes.
(11) I watch as the convulsions subside, the delirium leaves his eyes and he returns, slightly dazed, to normality.
(12) As his panic begins to subside, he is left with a feeling of shame.
(13) The storm began to subside.
(14) It is not uncommon for the pain to subside completely for many months and occasionally even years.
(15) After an hour, the sensations began to subside.
(16) After a few minutes the noise began to subside.
(17) The police are hoping that the violence will soon subside.
(18) Petey heard him trying to brave it out, rocking back and forth to make the pain subside.
(19) Also, the pressure on ministers to hustle along with the removal of lead may subside after a general election.
(20) He knew he had to tolerate Haley, stroke him some, and wait for his rage to subside.
(21) Everyone took-off at one minute intervals to allow for the prop wash to subside from the plane in front of you.
(22) Fortunately, there was no explosion, and by Friday afternoon the fire gradually began to subside.
(23) She closed her eyes and leant against the wall waiting for the wave of dizziness to subside.
(24) He spat out a black-misted growl, and the pirate crew suddenly began to subside.
(25) When he removed the thumb from his lips, Jackie half expected the puffiness to subside with a gush of escaping air.
(26) It usually takes several days for the pain to subside, although it can linger for weeks.
(27) We decided that we had won in Happy Valley. As the threat of death seemed to subside, we got cocky.
(28) But after the war, public fears of forest fires were not allowed to subside.
(29) These generally occur at levels above the therapeutic range and subside when the dose is lowered.
(30) Even the most exciting events require a period of rest in which their reverberations may subside, before they are repeated.
More similar words: subsidyside by sidesubsistsideasidebesidebesidesoutsiderresidentset asidelay asideput asidesidewalkconsideron the sideaside fromresidencepresidentalongsidecast asidepresidencyresidentialconsiderableconsiderablypresidentialconsiderationbe considered ascubssubstancesubsequent
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