dwindle down

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Synonyms for dwindle down

become smaller or lose substance

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As the shopping days before Christmas dwindle down, the days between shipping and arrival of packages increase.
Liverpool are not a sacking club and it is far easier for them to let his time dwindle down.
After letting a plump 19-point lead dwindle down to 10 by halftime, the Lane men's basketball players were greeted by the word "sustain" written on the locker room blackboard by head coach Ryan Orton, who also provided his team with a quick definition.
Frost & Sullivan's research indicates that after 2011, new procurement of radar systems for AMD purpose envisaged to dwindle down until 2015, except for technology insertions and upgrades.
The days grow long this time of year, but for the article contest, they dwindle down.
We were faced with the decision of whether we would continue in the printing business, dwindle down, or sell," DeJong explained.
The Heat led by 13 points at the half and saw their lead balloon to as much as 17 points in the middle of the third quarter only to watch it dwindle down and the Cavs take a one point lead at the start of the fourth.
Since that day, Six Nations has seen that one million acres of land dwindle down to about five per cent of the original deed.
As a result, many programs with good potential fail or eventually dwindle down because they have not been truly accepted by employees.
Plus, "retailers have let their inventories dwindle down," he said.
OTC: MRCHQ) is every investor's nightmare--having the price of a stock you own dwindle down to zero.
3% year-over-year) was server related and that business continues to dwindle down to nothing.
In reply, Bulkington lost Barnett to a mistimed early on but the villagers fought back well with Brookes in top form but just like the opposition as the overs began to dwindle down the batting side came under pressure.
She has intentionally let the enrollment dwindle down to only a few children.
If all the community facilities face having their fees increased they will dwindle down until there will be nothing left.