slice, fade, slicing(noun)
a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
"he took lessons to cure his slicing"
gradually ceasing to be visible
become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly
"The scene begins to fade"; "The tree trunks are melting into the forest at dusk"
lose freshness, vigor, or vitality
"Her bloom was fading"
evanesce, fade, blow over, pass off, fleet, pass(verb)
"The pain eventually passed off"
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, 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
"The prisoner has be languishing for years in the dungeon"
Weak; insipid; tasteless; commonplace.
To lose freshness, color, or brightness; to become faint in hue or tint; hence, to be wanting in color.
To sink away; to disappear gradually; to grow dim; to vanish.
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.
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.
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How to use fade in a sentence?
I will remain as chairman working with Dennis well into next year, so I'll be around for the party, as soon as I start to get in the way, I'll fade away.
How many people remember the Civil War? How many people will remember World War I? And now its the same with World War II, world War II will fade away also.
Never compare your life with someone else's life. You have no idea what he or she does secretly i.e. behind your back. Forgive all things and everyone. Never overdo anything, have a limit and keep to it. Don't take yourself and life so seriously. Overlook some things sometimes. Never waste your precious energy or time on gossip. Utilize your God-given energy and time. Dream big, be a visionary and dare to pursue your dreams and visions unyieldingly until you realize them. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need presently to survive. Any other thing which you think that you still need to live comfortably will be given to you by God in due course i.e. at the right time. Life itself is a school and you are meant to learn everyday from it. So, learn each day and then wise up. Challenges of life are like flowers that do show up for just a little while and then fade away. I mean, you are not yet done for. Oh! yes, once there is life there is equally hope. ~Emeasoba George
I'm not sure what measures are left, but the reaction in stocks shows some people hoping for more stimulus thought the market was a little oversold, currencies tell a different story. The dollar is the lead actor. The mad rush to buy dollars due to liquidity concerns is starting to fade.
We are, of course, all saddened that they will at some point fade away, but we think they'll be around for another 40 years or so. From a business perspective, it makes them more special and unique.
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- избелявам, вехна, блудкав, увяхвам, заглъхвам, обезцветявам сеBulgarian
- σβήνω, σβήνομαιGreek
- محو شدنPersian
- kauhtua, kauhduttaa, heiketä, haalistaa, häipyä, haihduttaa, karkota, haaltua, häivyttää, kaikota, karkottaa, heikentyä, hämärtyä, haihtua, hämärtää, himmetä, heikentää, haalistua, himmentääFinnish
- fade, s'évanouir, flétrir, affadir, faner, fonduFrench
- fakul, elhalványul, fakít, halványít, halványulHungarian
- գունաթափվել, թառամելArmenian
- боёосун кетирүү, түсүн өчүрүү, ыраңын кетирүү, көркөмүн кетирүүKyrgyz
- forgå, falme, svekkesNorwegian
- smaakloos, wegkwijnen, verzinken, verbleken, verslappen, verwelken, verzwakken, saai, verdwijnenDutch
- обесцвечивать, исчезать, блёкнуть, выцветать, увядать, обесцвечиваться, затухать, пропадать, вянуть, выгоратьRussian
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