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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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Instead, parents and children serious about maintaining a saltwater aquarium must invest time and money into the enterprise--and continue to care for the fish even after the Nemo hype has faded away.
Peter Eisenman's PhD on this building at Cambridge in 1963 laid the foundation for his own architectural development and for the contribution he brought to the New York Five, but it was never published, and the Cambridge copy has almost faded away. Now rich and famous, he has been able to re-present it most lavishly, with clear line drawings to support every point, and the addition of an analysis of another Terragni building, the Casa Giuliani Frigerio.
He was sharing fourth place at the halfway stage of the Asian Open and in position to challenge, but faded away, as usual, to finish 15th.
My friends followed, and we could hear the man mid his wife yelling excitedly up into the air until their voices faded away, thousands of feet below.
Slayden Yarbrough served as editor during difficult years, and the society is indebted to Slayden for keeping the journal alive and strong when it well could have faded away. Mel Hawkins did much work in preparing for upcoming issues on Academic Freedom and Calvinism.
It might be the lost photograph, she wrote, but unfortunately, the image of Le Gras appeared to have faded away.
Ever wonder what would happen to Oldsmobile's lineup once the nameplate faded away in 2003?
And at another moment--not so long ago--artists emerging from the painterly practices of early Minimalism were compelled to follow a similar progression, a march called in the then-new critical terminology the shift "from work to frame." The "progression" and the sense of an inevitable direction have faded away. But the crucial questions for the work of art today arise again from its expulsion into a space between the mediums of art.