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Synonyms for dwindlingdwin·dling

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. dwindling, dwindling awayadjective

    a becoming gradually less

    "there is no greater sadness that the dwindling away of a family"

    dwindling away


  2. dwindling, tapering, tapering offadjective

    gradually decreasing until little remains

    narrowing, tapered, tapering, tapering off


Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. dwindlingnoun

    decrease, diminution, shrinkage

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "dwindling":

    declining, shrinking, decreasing, diminishing, falling

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How to use dwindling in a sentence?

  1. Joe Parks:

    He saw ICU beds increase by 50 percentin two weeks, slowly watching the number of ICU ventilator beds dwindling is almost like having your feet in concrete and watching the water level rise.

  2. Ninio Fetalvo:

    Regardless of what this flawed report says, Obamacare will continue to fail with or without a federal bailout, premiums are accelerating, enrollment is declining, and millions are seeing their options dwindling. This disastrous law has devastated the middle class, and must be repealed and replaced. Senate Republicans have repeatedly tried, but failed, to pass legislation that eliminates or overhauls Obama’s health care law. In a tweet last month, the president expressed frustration at the Senate’s inability to pass legislation to repeal ObamaCare and threatened to end health care.

  3. Al Haj Ebrahim Murad:

    The president's political capital is dwindling and there's a possibility the (autonomy law) will not be passed on time, the next president, whoever is elected next year, is bound to implement the peace agreement.

  4. Jeffrey Gundlach:

    Commodity prices so weak suggest dwindling global growth.

  5. Redmond Burke:

    She was dwindling away. She'd been slowly dying for three months.

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