die away

VERB
  1. become less in amount or intensity
    The rain let up after a few hours
    The storm abated
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How To Use die away In A Sentence

  • The rain will largely die away overnight.
  • Life without sinuations and frustrations is life the flower in greenhouse, which can not stand the challenge from wind and rain , frost and snow ,and will srely die away in the end .
  • For every virus we've heard of, there are untold millions that die away, disappear. MINUTES TO BURN
  • However, in the tropical rain forests, some tall arbor plants, also die away after they blossom and fructify one time; and this is little known to common people.
  • And those closing strains die away, and the finale begins, a faint chorus of distant voices singing in unison, the orchestra silent.
  • The snow should die away in the southeast today and it will turn drier, although still chilly. Times, Sunday Times
  • Whereby Sir John, and the keeper, and the steward, and the gardener, and the ploughman, and the dairymaid, and all the hue-and-cry together, went on ahead half a mile in the very opposite direction, and inside the wall, leaving him a mile off on the outside; while Tom heard their shouts die away in the woods and chuckled to himself merrily. The Water Babies
  • As in time it did not die away, but began to get a little more heated (one voice appearing to be raised in entreaty and the other, Elizabeth's, in protest), I thought I had better saunter out and interrupt the causerie. Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel
  • With all their brightness, supernovae gradually die away as a result of internal explosions of unsurpassable intensity.
  • Life without sinuations and frustrations is life the flower in greenhouse, which can not stand the challenge from wind and rain , frost and snow ,and will srely die away in the end .
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