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Synonyms for fade away

become weaker

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In the eminently capable hands of writer Jackie French and illustrator Bruce Whatley, there is no fear that the impact of the 1974 Christmas Eve event will fade away.
HOW the years have flown Since you went away Taken long before your time On that fatal day You will never grow old For you time stands still Your beauty will never fade Nor your hair turn grey In the place where you lie As time drifts away When you left A part of my heart went with you Left in its place Sorrow and tears Darkness and despair All around me everywhere Those dark days have long gone With the passing of time I often think of you Even time has moved on Locked in my memory Never to fade away Always to be part of me Until my time comes To leave for pastures new My spirit may linger Or reach the heavens high Once more to find you To have you by my side.
Claes Fransson (Stockholm University, Sweden) and colleagues predict in the June 10th Astrophysical Journal Letters that the spots will fade away between 2020 and 2030.
Lots of people fade away and lots of people don't fade away.
It was good to come back but now I can fade away again.
Islamabad, Jan 24(ANI): Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf, who was omitted from the national squad for the upcoming 50-over World Cup, has said that senior players in the country "either fade away or are made to fade away".
Summary: Rabat - Morocco will play Gabon on October 10th , in a last chance to grab a victory that may insure the Moroccan squad a ticket for the 2010 World Cup, although hopes seem to fade away.
Vicky, one year on and sweet memories of you never fade away.
I also realise one thing above all others: the families of the 96 people who died in that terrible tragedy have not yet received the justice they deserve or the respect that their dignity and their suffering demands from an establishment that has kept hoping their misery will simply fade away.
3 : to fade away as if by melting or breaking up <His anger quickly dissolved.
Shattered dreams, like panes of glass, Lay strewn along a broken path Where once the feet of angels tread And soldiers of the wars have bled As you walk and grow with time Your hopes, your fears your dreams, like mine Will fade away to be no more Like soldiers on the fields of war This life, this world, what can I be?
Rather than fade away on dusty hangers, the company decided to change that perception.
On his 1979 album Rust Never Sleeps, Neil Young sang, "It's better to burn out than to fade away.
The Death Of The Mythic God by Christian mystic and public policy lawyer Jim Marion is a superbly crafted conceptual guide to his interpretive understandings of the God who is seeming to fade away in the myth of our contemporary and progressive society.
And the reason that it could fade away is that we don't pay attention to the needs of teachers and administrators.