withering


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Synonyms for withering

Synonyms for withering

any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)

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wreaking or capable of wreaking complete destruction

making light of

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Withering Looks won a Manchester Evening News Theatre Award and the Critics' award for Comedy at the Edinburgh Festival.
Withering Looks is at Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli on August 27.
Peopled with many of the characters we know and love - and some which LipService have made up - Withering Looks is certainly a new take on the classics.
They have won two Critics' Awards for Comedy at the Edinburgh Festival - one of these for Withering Looks, which also won a Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Touring Production.
Withering had graduated with an MD in 1766 and set up a practice in Binningham.
Withering learned about the 'wise woman of Shropshire' who had a secret formula for treating dropsy.
Withering was a rich physician who moved into Edgbaston Hall and became a member of the Lunar Society of Birmingham.
The withering unit, used to undertake the withering process, follows the same principle as the withering trough in a factory.
Anyone who knows anything about the Lunar Society or 18th-century Birmingham knows about Withering and his foxgloves.