[ US /ˈɛbɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛbɪŋ/ ]
  1. a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)
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How To Use ebbing In A Sentence

  • The ebbing of his hope drained his faith.
  • I thought I should have fainted; but a torrent of tears recalled the ebbing current of my heart, and I grew proud in fortitude, though humbled in self-love. Memoirs of Mary Robinson
  • Smoking and sputtering, the glider zoomed away, with the Green Goblin desperately trying to pull the webbing from his eyes. SPIDER-MAN®: THE ADVENTURES OF SPIDER-MAN
  • Hallucigenia" hits a good cross section of themes and set pieces central to my work -- hard bitten protagonists, dark cults, insanity, gratuitous rumpy pumpy, esoteric lore, super science, monsters, and cosmic horror all tangled up in pulp-noir webbing. INTERVIEW: Laird Barron
  • It can be spun into a filament that is useful for making rope, webbing and cordage.
  • But that is ebbing by the day. The Sun
  • The veteran car and safety equipment manufacturers' ideas of melted nylon webbing in the belt are logical, according to Melvin.
  • He could feel his strength ebbing .
  • He could feel his life ebbing away. The Sun
  • The wind is blowing fresh out of the east, funneling up the river, and the tide is ebbing hard, setting up a steep chop.
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