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Synonyms for dwindle
ˈdwɪn dldwin·dle

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. dwindle

    pine, waste, diminish, decrease, fall off, decline, melt

    expand, enlarge, increase, grow, flourish, augment, develop

Princeton's WordNet

  1. dwindle, dwindle away, dwindle downverb

    become smaller or lose substance

    "Her savings dwindled down"

    dwindle away, dwindle down

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. dwindleverb

    diminish, decrease, lessen, shrink, grow less, grow little

  2. dwindleverb

    sink, degenerate, decline, decay, fall away, fall off

  3. dwindleverb

    diminish, decrease, lessen, make less

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. dwindleverb

    decrease, diminish, shrink

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  1. Darin Kraetsch:

    In a short period of time, we’ve seen a very competitive marketplace among big-box stores dwindle, that’s one of the things we hope to capitalize on. We hope to disrupt the space they have left open for small and medium-size business that Staples can’t afford to service.

  2. Greg Adams:

    As hospital bed count continues to dwindle, we will not be able to keep up if [coronavirus cases, hopsitalizations] continue to increase.

  3. Dave Krepcho:

    My concern is that we will see food and funding dwindle, the level of service would diminish considerably. That means tens of thousands of people in our community will literally not have food to eat.

  4. Gad Saad:

    According to the data. . . they’re happy when they get there, but when my star starts to dwindle and my body has been used 33,000 times, what do I do ? What’s going to happen ? They don’t seem to think about that.

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