Waning [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Waning:

Thus in the season of the waning days the might of England put forth on to the waters.

Octavos are waning, and more in need of brushing than of burnishing.

Now sun and moon begin to mingle: waning and waxing splendors.

No birds sang here, no leaves fell at the waning of the year.

The question haunted her through the waning days and the lonely nights.

Sir Donald feels that past worries are receding into waning retrospect.

And this is the reason for the waxing and waning of the moon.

It must be close upon the hour of their waning, yet how big and soft; and how companionable!

Where had my spirit been while the waning year had rolled on?

There were clouds across a waning moon, and it was fairly dark.