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Synonyms for fade

become pale

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grow dim

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to become inaudible

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to disappear gradually by or as if by dispersal of particles

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to pass out of sight either gradually or suddenly

fade out: to pass out of sight either gradually or suddenly

fade out: to become inaudible

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fade out: to make (a film image) disappear gradually

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a gradual disappearance, especially of a film image

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a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer

gradually ceasing to be visible

become less clearly visible or distinguishable

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lose freshness, vigor, or vitality

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disappear gradually

become feeble

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The documentation from the Spanish Treasury that acknowledges FADE Series 22 Tap 2, 24 Tap 2, 29 Tap 1, 30 Tap 1 and 31 Tap 1 is within the scope of the government guarantee.
fade] and Fade caused by this agent, since the mechanisms that regulate acetylcholine release via presynaptic muscarinic and adenosine receptors are differently affected by TOF and tetanic stimulations conditions (Bornia et al.
Fade claims that about 20 people a day stop him for selfies or a chat when he's out and about.
Usually seen as a nondescript sixth magnitude star in the middle of the constellation Coronae Borealis, R CrB entered one of its non-periodic deep fades in 2007 July, and we are still waiting for it to recover.
The model LBT-DJ2i XROSS FADE, part of the Muteki series of stereo systems, is currently available for pre-order and will be available from retailers across the US in September, priced at approximately USD500.
It is a fact that it is far easier to hit a shaped shot on to a green than a straight shot and that's why the top players choose to play with a draw or a fade.
The two named receivers will execute the crossing pattern, a quick out and a slant in, while the third receiver (Z) runs the fade or go route.
In most other systems that astronomers have observed, X-ray jets shoot out and fade without gradually decelerating, Rupen says.
Now that longer fade times and reduced magnesium (Mg) usage are desired, the pressure pour furnace must yield to a new type of pouring furnace.
The distorting effects of limited trade pacts fade as such deals spread.
Circling with lighted candles and chanting "fire, fire, burn," the dancers eventually fade into the background rather than exit the stage, contributing to the illusion that the ceremony will, indeed, continue for another week.
Over a period of time, UV rays, solar heat and visible light can irreversibly fade fabric and upholstery on couches; chairs; oriental rugs; and other valuable items inside a home, such as wallpaper and natural wood floors.
Car maker Audi has announced Virgin Radio Dubai DJ Kris Fade as brand ambassador for the Middle East.
Memories fade, so we invented a chemical process by which we can affix images of our world to paper.
So it's nothing less than a noirish nightmare when they fade to charcoal grey after just a few spins in the washing machine.