Prepositions after "dwindle"
"dwindle to", "dwindle into" or "dwindle in"?
|In 42% of cases dwindle to is used|
|By the early 19th century it had dwindled to almost nothing.|
|Their numbers have dwindled to fewer than 30, and I was sad to see several faces missing from last year.|
|By the autumn of 1984, industrial action by other unions in support of the strike had dwindled to nothing.|
|Three years later that number had dwindled to thirty-five and rates of pay to less than half a cent a word.|
|Neither the TUC nor the Labour Party endorsed the strike and the support of other unions dwindled to nothing by the autumn of 1984.|
|Almost all the government officers in the district are locals, and the Jaffna trading establishments have dwindled to only a handful.|
|Their role is currently codified by a post-1945 law that gives them enormous influence, even though their membership has dwindled to a mere 8 percent of employees.|
|In 11% of cases dwindle in is used|
|The calls have dwindled in number quite drastically now, I maybe get called once a month or so.|
|With the vulture population dwindling in Vadodara, many in this community are preferring cremation as the final rite for their loved ones.|
|Maryknoll's physical presence will continue to dwindle in numbers in the year's to come as we move in other directions and toward other labors in God's Kingdom.|
|In 11% of cases dwindle into is used|
|Leftism, crime, and poverty would dwindle into virtually nothing.|
|Salisbury was a large and important town in the Middle Ages but by 1700 it had dwindled into a medium sized market town.|
|I hope I would have tha courage to deal with whatever was dealt but I couldn't bear to dwindle into Alzheimers which happened to my loved brother.|
|Its critics, during the second decade of the twentieth century, dwindled into a despised and detested sect suspected of nursing an anti-national heresy.|
|In 7% of cases dwindle from is used|
|The firm had been in the hands of the receiver for 9 months &; the workforce had dwindled from 240 to 57.|
|In 4% of cases dwindle by is used|
|Malaysia's exports dwindled by 14.|
|In 4% of cases dwindle due is used|
|The area of Zi? rat, Baluchistan, has juniper forests that are believed to be 5,000 years old; however, they are dwindling due to deforestation.|
|In 2% of cases dwindle because is used|
|A generation ago, their numbers had dwindled because of hunting and development, and the animals were only found in the most remote mountains and coastal swamps.|
|In 2% of cases dwindle over is used|
|It is a credit to our farmers and ranchers who have met demand, increasing production while farmland has dwindled over the years.|
Use Linguix everywhere you write
Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!
Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.