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Synonyms for dwindling

a becoming gradually less

gradually decreasing until little remains

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A survey by SWG research group has indicated the dwindling trust that Italians have in banks and financial service institutions.
de Ramos of UP-Diliman's Marine Sciences Institute (MSI) revealed that the problem about the dwindling marine resources is even more pronounced in the two provinces that comprise the newly-established Negros Island Region (NIR).
Today, there are approximately 638,000 such units left in Los Angeles--a dwindling supply because controls generally apply only to older buildings.
Egypt has not bought any crude on the open market since January due to dwindling foreign currency reserves
Summary: The Egyptian pound hit a record low on Tuesday after weakening again at a central bank US dollar auction designed to stem a decline in the country's dwindling foreign currency reserves.
US ethanol production dropped to its lowest level in 10 months as dwindling pre-harvest corn stocks crushed profit margins, while a deepening drought in the Midwest threatens to extend the pain into next year.
Mumbai The happy little house sparrow is fast becoming a dwindling species -- necessitating the urgency to spread awareness and save it from our concrete jungles.
But governors have asked their local authority to consider shutting it down, citing dwindling pupil numbers and the resulting lack of money to fund staff.
The McCanns had feared a dwindling fund would leave them unable to continue paying private detectives.
ISLAMABAD, April 22, 2010 (Balochistan Times ): National and international relief agencies in Pakistan engaged in relief work for thousands of people rendered homeless due to war on terror have warned of dwindling world support for the affected people.
Summary: Food supplies are dwindling in the Chilean city of Concepcion as troops enforce a dawn till dusk curfew to eradicate looting.
Meanwhile, senior Congress leader and Union Minister Kapil Sibal termed the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) as National Dwindling Alliance.
Upwards of 15,000 poverty-stricken Indian people took part in a protest last week against their government's planned extension of a new wildlife sanctuary at Mudumalai created to protect the country's dwindling population of tigers.
The massive operation aims at enriching Bahrain's dwindling fish stocks, marine resources director Dr Abdulridha Shams said.
A major effort that will help boost the capital's dwindling house sparrow population and increase biodiversity has been launched by Westminster City Council.