Dwindle [verb]

Definition of Dwindle:

waste away; taper off

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Sentence/Example of Dwindle:

Google, though, seems to be gaining more control over the auction as transparency and data have dwindled down over the years.

I imagine them bumping around, lost without crowded indoor spaces to breed in, thwarted by vaccine-boosted immune cells, unable to find a host, dwindling, going, gone.

That’s enough for the snowpack to be dwindling in most spots.

At some point, they might consider whether the search for a dwindling electorate is all that helpful for their survival.

Consumers are increasingly purchasing digital versions of games on platforms such as Xbox Live and the PlayStation Store, leaving GameStop with both a dwindling supply and dampened demand for used video games.

Toward the end of the night as the doses dwindled, one healthcare worker at UW Northwest said that she saw younger folks in line give up their spots to those who were older.

With his path to a civilian political role dwindling, he faced “going from the most powerful man in the country to a retiree,” said Mathieson.

One other troubling offshoot from climate change is increasing conflict, and sometimes outright terrorism, as communities battle over dwindling resources, in particular water, but also over land rights.

The species is dwindling, with the latest estimates falling below 400.

Confidence in the government has dwindled, and been compounded by top officials — including Lofven himself — flouting their own rules.