Fading [adjective]

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Here, the fading yellow ticket was a golden ticket—one that would get me one of the coveted vaccine doses.

Jalane Schmidt, an associate professor at the University of Virginia, said the Virginia Flaggers represent a fading ideology, even if they follow through with pledges to add flags elsewhere.

Fears about the virus’s toll on the economy — and fading hopes that Washington will be able to deliver more relief anytime soon — had stocks plummeting in afternoon trading on Wall Street.

Microsoft’s Video Authenticator can detect the blending boundary of a deepfake and subtle fading or greyscale elements that the human eye may not be able to see.

She believed they would return when she was in her own land once more, and Europe a book of fading memories.

When we reached high ground again the twilight was fading to a semicircle of bloodshot gray in the northwest.

Madame stood hand on hip, the flush fading slowly, her glance resuming its habitual lazy insolence.

We visited it in the fading twilight, and a lonelier, more ghostly place it would be hard to imagine.

Helen flung herself down on the blankets and watched the fading lights of evening as they were reflected on the canvas.

She shuddered and momentarily clung to his arm, turning to watch the child and the drunkard fading into the gloom.