slice, fade, slicing(noun)
a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
gash, slice, cut, disappearance, slicing, fade, slash, piece
gradually ceasing to be visible
disappearance, fade, slice, slicing, disappearing
become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly
evanesce, pass off, fleet, run, melt down, unfreeze, mellow out, melt, blow over, thaw, unthaw, mellow, dethaw, disappear, dissolve, evaporate, languish, pass, wither, fade, meld
lose freshness, vigor, or vitality
melt, languish, evanesce, shrivel, fade, pass off, shrivel up, fleet, shrink, blow over, wither, pass
evanesce, fade, blow over, pass off, fleet, pass(verb)
perish, flit, elapse, run, make pass, go past, top, put across, go by, draw, evanesce, occur, die, snuff it, breathe, excrete, turn over, pass away, spend, slide by, emit, go, hand, legislate, happen, egest, languish, exceed, fleet, slip away, drop dead, overstep, transcend, make it, authorize, pop off, devolve, cash in one's chips, kick the bucket, flutter, give, fall out, hap, slip by, go on, sink, eliminate, croak, lapse, fade, pass off, give-up the ghost, return, blow over, take place, lead, expire, overhaul, go through, reach, communicate, come about, choke, pass by, go across, overtake, wither, glide by, extend, decease, fall, pass, melt, clear, exit, conk, travel by, buy the farm, pass along, authorise, dart, surpass, guide, go along, pass on
yearn, waste, evanesce, fade, pine away, languish, ache, fleet, pine, pass off, blow over, wither, melt, pass, yen
fade(verb)Weak; insipid; tasteless; commonplace.
fade(verb)To lose freshness, color, or brightness; to become faint in hue or tint; hence, to be wanting in color.
fade(verb)To sink away; to disappear gradually; to grow dim; to vanish.
fade(verb)To cause to fade.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Die, to go out of life, become destitute of vital power and action, is figuratively applied to anything which has the appearance of life.
Where the dying night-lamp flickers.
TennysonLocksley Hall st. 40.
An echo, a strain of music, a tempest, a topic, an issue, dies. Expire (literally, to breathe out) is a softer word for die; it is used figuratively of things that cease to exist by reaching a natural limit; as, a lease expires; the time has expired. To perish (literally, in Latin, to go through, as in English we say, "the fire goes out") is oftenest used of death by privation or exposure; as, "I perish with hunger," Luke xv, 17; sometimes, of death by violence. Knowledge and fame, art and empires, may be said to perish; the word denotes utter destruction and decay.
cease, decease, decline, depart, die, expire, perish, wither
be born, be immortal, begin, come into being, come to life, exist, flourish, grow, live, rise again, rise from the dead, survive
To die of fever; by violence; rarely, with the sword, famine, etc. (Ezek. vii, 15); to die for one's country; to die at sea; in one's bed; in agony; die to the world.
Dictionary of English Synonymes
[Fr.] weak, flat, insipid
vanish, disappear, evanesce, pass away, be seen no more
decline, droop, languish, decay, wither
lose color, lose lustre, grow dim
PPDB, the paraphrase database
List of paraphrases:
dimming, dissipate, disappear, meddle, recede, die-cast, blown, fuse