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Synonyms for ebb

Synonyms for ebb

the act or process of becoming less active or intense

to move back or away from a point, limit, or mark

to become or cause to become less active or intense

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a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)

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the outward flow of the tide

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flow back or recede

hem in fish with stakes and nets so as to prevent them from going back into the sea with the ebb

fall away or decline

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EBB inquires into her distant friends' judgments of the American medium Daniel Dunglas Home and the validity of ostensible spirit manifestations they have witnessed.
We concluded that TBNA + TBLB + EBB had much greater efficacy than EBUS-TBNA for the diagnosis of sarcoidosis, with an OR of 0.
Addressing the lack of attention to EBB, Dickinson, and their contemporaries in studies of the Anacreontic tradition, this essay presents evidence for its animating influence on both sides of the Atlantic up to the mid-nineteenth century.
As long as you are not expecting a high-end dining experience, this Ebb should let you go with the flow.
Ebb and Flow broke into smithereens upon impact and pinpointing the small craters they carved was difficult, said Arizona State University researcher Mark Robinson, who operates the orbiter's camera.
2) Bancroft School ski team members Liam Shanahan and Abby Ebb compete on the slalom course.
Using a camera called MoonKAM (Moon Knowledge Acquired by Middle school Students) the spacecraft Ebb revealed the view of the Moon's northern hemisphere in the vicinity of Jackson crate by flying at an altitude of 6 miles (10 km).
After rocketing off the launch pad in September 2011, Ebb and Flow took a roundabout journey to the moon, arriving over the New Year's holiday on a gravity-mapping mission.
Ebb and Flow were commanded to de-orbit and impact on the surface of the Moon, somewhere near the North Pole.
The EBB will service all market participants through a password-controlled access to business functions and a secure transaction process for inserting data, maintaining records, and retrieving results.
Glenveigh Medical recently announced that two new products have received FDA clearance: the ebb Complete Tamponade System and the jetty Vaginal Repair Balloon.
a[euro]oeNegotiations always ebb and flow and right now theya[euro](tm)re in an ebb position,a[euro] Yahoo chief executive Carol Bartz told Yahooa[euro](tm)s Tech Ticker on Wednesday.
8 per cent compared to 54 per cent last year and 65 per cent in 2005,C[yen] the EBB statement said.
Of all the vamps who fire up the musicals of Kander and Ebb, none can match The Visit's Claire Zachanassian.
Collectively exchanging the concept (or "being") of an established ground--the static surface upon which paint ebbs, flows, and dries--for an inconstant "becoming," the works selected for "Ebb & Flow" take a fittingly heterogeneous approach when exploring relations among motion, finality, and immobilization.